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My Story: Carlos, Spain

Despite the current economic odds, 27-year old biologist Carlos Jimenez Criado was able to dedicate his passion and expertise to the development of cancer research. - Despite the current economic odds, 27-year old biologist Carlos Jimenez Criado was able to dedicate his passion and expertise to the development of cancer research. His training was co-funded by a Fund for training young, striving scientists. The video series “My Story” is about ordinary people beating the odds. Well-timed support from the European Social Fund (ESF) helped them to improve their skills and find work.

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  • Länge : 2'22''
  • Datum: Jul 2013
 

My Story: James, United Kingdom

When leaving college, James Follet had no skills, no professional training or orientation. - When leaving college, James Follet had no skills, no professional training or orientation. After a series of academic failures, he dared to pursue his dreams and turned his one and only passion - skate-boarding – into a reality. The video series “My Story” is about ordinary people beating the odds. Well-timed support from the European Social Fund (ESF) helped them to improve their skills and find work.

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  • Länge : 2'14''
  • Datum: Jul 2013
 

Meine Geschichte: Nauras und Ebi, Deutschland

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  • Länge : 2'50''
  • Datum: Jul 2013
 

My Story: Jolanta, Lithuania

In a world of sound, deaf people are often stuck in unfulfilling jobs or facing a glass ceiling. - In a world of sound, deaf people are often stuck in unfulfilling jobs or facing a glass ceiling. With the help of the “Towards Work” project, Jolanta Burauskaité overcame her anxiety of job interviews and paperwork, and promoted her talent on the job market. She has now got over her fears and insecurity and gained the self-esteem she needed to lead a more fulfilling life. The video series “My Story” is about ordinary people beating the odds. Well-timed support from the European Social Fund (ESF) helped them to improve their skills and find work.

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  • Länge : 2'36''
  • Datum: Jul 2013
 

My Story: Brigitte, France

There is a lot of life to live after you hit 60. - There is a lot of life to live after you hit 60. In a society in which people are healthier and active for longer, traditional retirement models are changing. More and more seniors continue working far into their golden years. On the eve of her retirement, Brigitte Debey decided to launch herself into a new career. The video series “My Story” is about ordinary people beating the odds. Well-timed support from the European Social Fund (ESF) helped them to improve their skills and find work.

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  • Länge : 2'19''
  • Datum: Jul 2013
 

My Story: Anna, Poland

As her employment prospects dimmed, 23-year-old Anna Plecha decided to forego her legal career to take advantage of a perfect gap in the market. - As her employment prospects dimmed, 23-year-old Anna Plecha decided to forego her legal career to take advantage of a perfect gap in the market. Today she runs a kindergarten in Southeast Poland and is helping to create new jobs. The video series “My Story” is about ordinary people beating the odds. Well-timed support from the European Social Fund (ESF) helped them to improve their skills and find work.

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  • Länge : 2'51''
  • Datum: Jul 2013
 

Facing up to a globalised world

In response to a constantly evolving labour market, the European Commission is taking concrete action through the launch of a new fund to protect workers from changing global trade patterns. - In response to a constantly evolving labour market, the European Commission is taking concrete action through the launch of a new fund to protect workers from changing global trade patterns. To illustrate the activities undertaken by the European Commission, DG Employment releases this VNR to illustrate the workings of the EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF).

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  • Länge : 3'30''
  • Datum: May 2009
  • Aufrufe : 257
 

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