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Are you planning to work in another EU country, or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland and commute back every day — or at least once a week — to your country of residence?
Thinking of moving to another country of the European Union? What will happen to your pension and healthcare coverage if you’re receiving a state pension from one or more EU countries?
Young people have been hit hardest by the economic crisis, with more than five million 15-24 year-olds currently looking for a job.
Tinerii au fost cei mai afectați de criza economică, deoarece duc lipsă adesea de experiența și competențele necesare pentru a fi competitivi.
This animation explains what will happen to your right to unemployment benefits if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
What will happen to your old-age pension if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland? These rules do not apply to private or occupational pension schemes which are not based on legislation.
Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis, since they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive.
Young people have been hit hardest by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive on the labour market.
The video clip commissioned by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion in the framework of the Youth on the Move pan-European campaign.
Thinking about practical, legal and administrative matters of importance when considering moving abroad can be confusing.
Find out what happens to your healthcare, your pension and your unemployment rights when you move to another EU country.
On 1 May 2010, new regulations on social security coordination enter into force.
What shouldn't you forget when you travel abroad? Find out by watching this short clip, featuring two young travellers competing for a girl's attention.
There are around 10 million mobile citizens in Europe, which represents about 2% of the population.