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Spain's unemployment rate is a staggering 26.6%. Additionally, there is growing unrest among the populous. My question is do you think the owners of RLC are being at all exploitative of the tenets? They setup shop in an area with high unemployment and look for young people who are hardest hit by the poor economy, and offer them a place to live.  Do you think if the tenets were financially stable they would agree to live in a house filled with cameras?

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Spain's unemployment rate is a staggering 26.6%. Additionally, there is growing unrest among the populous. My question is do you think the owners of RLC are being at all exploitative of the tenets? They setup shop in an area with high unemployment and look for young people who are hardest hit by the poor economy, and offer them a place to live.  Do you think if the tenets were financially stable they would agree to live in a house filled with cameras?

Your first question:  Yes, you could call it being exploitive.  However, this is no different than any other business that is looking for employees.

Your second question:  Probably not...though there may be some people who would make the agreement simply because they think it might be fun.

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