Foreigners who speak Spanish and are willing to work for Argentinean wages or do an unpaid internship are more likely to find a job.
Unemployment has been decreasing since the peak of the 2001 crisis. However, it remains high today at an estimated 12%+.
Argentina has since long attracted migrants from other countries in the region. Among others, Paraguayans, Bolivians and Peruvians are often found working in agriculture and domestic services. Argentineans often see migrants from the region as a threat to employment in Argentina.
Legally employers are obliged to register employees for taxation and social security purposes. In order to keep costs low, many employers employ people without legally registering them. The Argentinean government has started a campaign in 2005 to reduce the amount of unregistered workers. Fines are being given to both companies and individuals working illegally.