BARCELONA, SPAIN - JANUARY 07:  Customers queue at the entrance to El Corte Ingles department store before the doors are open on the first day of the winter sales on January 7, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. The Spanish labor market has finally begun to seen areas of recovery in 2014. A total of 417,574 people signed up with the Spanish Social Security system last year, which has seen the first year of job creation in Spain since 2007, after more than five years of crisis and the steady destruction of jobs market, according to Social Security figures published by the Employment Ministry. The total number of registered unemployed in Spain currently stands at 4,447,711 people.  (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)