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Showing 1 - 10 of 34 for "Career guidance in Europe s Public Employment Services - Study 2005 2005 "

ESPN Flash Report 2017/48 - Denmark - Denmark: Reform aimed at raising the effective retirement age and removing disincentives to private retirement savings (2017)
The new Danish pension reform improves incentives for postponing retirement and for pension savings for persons in the later years of their career while also strengthening residence as a basis for entitlement to the universal national old-age pension.

How well are late-career labour markets functioning, including in the context of digitalisation? / Which employment policies for longer working lives will be needed? - Anne Sonnet / Nicola Duell (2017)

PES Practice: Employment Challenge and Career Challenge initiatives (2017)

Implementation of the Youth Guarantee – Challenges and Success Factors (2017)

Reactivate - Targeted mobility scheme (leaflet) (2017)
This leaflet provides a snapshot of Reactivate, the EU job mobility scheme for jobseekers over the age of 35. The scheme matches jobseekers aged 35+ with potential employers in other European countries, helping them to reactivate their career by finding a paid job, traineeship or apprenticeship.

Reactivate - Targeted mobility scheme  (2017)
This guide provides an overview of Reactivate, the EU job mobility scheme for jobseekers over the age of 35. The scheme helps jobseekers to reactivate their career by finding a paid job, traineeship or apprenticeship in another Member State than their country of residence. It also supports employers to recruit for vacancies which are difficult to fill.

Chapter 1.1 Self-employment and entrepreneurship (2016)
Self-employment and entrepreneurship are important sources of job creation. One in six people in employment are self-employed and small and micro-enterprises provide a third of all jobs. Ongoing structural changes (e.g. technology change) create new ways of working in which flexibility and vision can provide new opportunities for smaller businesses. The challenge for Europe is to contribute to the development of the framework conditions that promote start-ups and their expansion and pay due regard to underrepresented groups such as women and youth. This includes investment in entrepreneurial education and financial literacy as well as conventional career guidance, skills development and access to finance.

Script – The Youth Guarantee in practice: a hobby becomes a career for Aristea (2016)

PEP Practice: Lifelong Career Guidance Centres (LLCG centres)  (2016)

PES Practice: PES working with schools in Austria – with a focus on the practice in Vienna (2016)