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Every day, Sanchez works on the Humoso farm from 7. When asked whether she likes her job, she shrugs her shoulders and answers that it's fine. Maria Jose Bermudez, 21, and Yamira Prieta, 21, are sitting on garden chairs outside the factory, enjoying their minute break. They have worked here since they were She has returned to Marinaleda for a month to manage the factory's product control and registration process. Dressed in a lab coat, she makes notes in a log book. She doesn't mind missing lectures for a month, she says.

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When asked whether she would like to work in Marinaleda after finishing her degree, she answers hestitantly. But Garcia is ambitious and would like a full-time job in product control. She is unsure if such an opportunity exists in Marinaleda. And while most of Marinaleda's inhabitants have a job, they do not necessarily have a hour work week, and Garcia admits that there is often no work between harvests, a period that lasts for around a month.

Without full-time employment, many somethings spend much of their time sitting around outside one of the village's three cafes. When asked if they shouldn't be at work, one of them shrugs his shoulders and responds: "Not today. They seem to prefer not to talk about it. And they're not the only ones. When asked her opinion on the mayor's policies, a waitress in one of the town's bars replies abruptly: "I prefer to keep out of that. Miguel Gomez, 29, is sitting with friends at the terrace of a bar. He works at his father-in-law's cattle ranch, but used to be a freelance electrician operating in nearby villages.

Then the economic crisis started and he began losing clients. He was eventually forced to find other employment.

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He eventually admits that he used to. Between the age of 13 and 18, he worked on the farm for free. Mayor Sanchez Gordillo lives in one of Marinaleda's government-owned houses. It is typical of the others, but his is located directly in front of the large, austere-looking town hall. At 67, the mayor looks a little frail. From speaking to Marinaleda's inhabitants, it seems that the mayor was one of the few to enjoy employment beyond the cooperative.

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People can also start their own businesses, he says. At the moment, there are about 20 small companies in Marinaleda, including three cafes, two pharmacies and a bridal shop. Although large franchises are not allowed to establish branches in the village, the mayor says he doesn't want to stand in the way of entrepreneurship - "as long as their businesses do not become too large". He doesn't explain what "too large" might look like and says he cannot recall how many business licences he has granted in the past couple of years, although he says everyone who applied for one got it.

In a large restaurant just outside the town, year-old Antonio Saavedra is taking orders. When he isn't at the restaurant, he is helping his father at the family's poultry farm. He says he is happy he doesn't work at the cooperative.

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