The Spanish 27.2% Fiction

Jobseekers queue outside an employment office before opening in Madrid on April 25 Photograph by Angel Navarrete/Bloomberg

The Danish population evaluates a school girl who earns some money in the shadow economy and was asked about the acceptance, and the same question was asked about a skilled tradesman. They clearly show that there is a high acceptance [pdf] of shadow economy labor work for a school girl compared to a well-established skilled tradesman with a reasonable high income. … It is a quite interesting finding which demonstrates that Danes tolerate shadow economy earnings from low-income earners but not from high-income earners.

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