Its hard to earn a legal living at anytime of the year now, property is not selling and the numbers of visitors is down despite the reports in the newspapers here, I live here and have never known it to be so quiet. The place is just down to those that live here and bars and restaurants are struggling with many closing up. Think of somewhere else as the red tape is horrendous for anyone non spanish to get legal here, despite it supposedly being part fo the EU
As for health care, the system is very different here, if you are lucky enough to get into the equivalent of the NHS, you have to bear in mind it is not a compete package of care as per the UK, for example, most hospitals will treat the injury or ilness, but if you require something like physio afterwards, you will have to pay for it, and thats expensive! All medications are paid for at their cost not a flat presecription rate as per the UK, so several different medications could cost one heck of a lot.
A lot of places will offer employment, but not with a contract as that means they have to pay social security for you, at a rate of 260€ a month, this gives you entitlement to the health service, without a contract and proof of social security payments being made for you, you have no NHS cover at all, then you'd have to consider private and that can be pricey with certain things being excluded