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EURES, Your job in Europe

Mercedes and Daniel are two Spanish nurses with a short professional experience.

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  • Datum: May 2013
 

European Job Days 2012

European Job Days are dynamic recruitment events that bring jobseekers and employers together. - European Job Days are dynamic recruitment events that bring jobseekers and employers together.

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  • Datum: Nov 2012
 

Youth Opportunities Initiative

Young people have been hit hardest by the economic crisis, with more than five million 15-24 year-olds currently looking for a job. - Young people have been hit hardest by the economic crisis, with more than five million 15-24 year-olds currently looking for a job. An animated clip on the EU's Europe-wide Youth Opportunities Initiative (YOI) highlights the programmes and resources available to help young people raise their employability (and their confidence) by gaining practical skills, additional qualifications or participating in vocational training - thereby opening up their working future.

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  • Datum: May 2012
 

Ein erfolgreicher Start

Die Wirtschaftskrise hat junge Menschen am härtesten getroffen, da sie häufig nicht über genügend Erfahrung und ausreichende Qualifikationen verfügen, um wettbewerbsfähig zu sein.

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  • Datum: Apr 2012
 

Youth @ work

Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. - Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. This figure equates to around five million people in the EU. Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis because they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive in a context where jobs are scarce. SMEs are a key employer in today’s labour market and are recovering more quickly from the economic crisis than large enterprises. They also play an important role in driving Europe’s recovery. However, SMEs are often not the first port of call for young people searching for work, which can result in them missing out on potential talent. Aware of these challenges, the EU’s Youth@Work programme aims to consolidate national and EU efforts to reverse youth employment trends. It should pro­mote con­tacts between young peo­ple and SMEs, which plays the role of a motor in the recov­ery of the con­ti­nent.

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  • Datum: Feb 2012
 

Youth @ Work - Sweden

Young people have been hard hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hard hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. The Youth@Work campaign however, aims to show that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have lots of energy and innovative ideas which can be useful to businesses. In Sweden, the unemployment rate among young people was 24% in 2010. However, even if young people tend to be more attracted by working in multinational firms, 99.8% of the enterprises in Sweden are SMEs. Umbilical Design is one of them. According to founder and CEO Cecilia Hertz, it’s usually people below 30 that come up with creative ideas and ask the unexpected questions. That’s the reason why she likes to involve them in many of her company’s projects.

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  • Datum: Oct 2011
 

Youth @ work - Denmark

Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. However the Youth@Work action aims at showing that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy. Oens Murer is a Danish SME set up in Copenhagen and specialises in the renovation of buildings. The company currently has 16 apprentices and around 20 employees aged between 20 and 30. According to Production Manager, Jens Jacob Paludan, young people possess qualities that are important to the SME and, in return, they are provided with the practical training that will, one day, allow them to take over the running of the com

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Youth @ work - France

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 hardest hit by the economic crisis, since they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today, one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. However the Youth@Work action aims at showing that, thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy. According to a European study, the youth unemployment rate in France reached 24.4 % in 2010. Damian Abgrall, 26, and his associate Timothée Martin, 22, choose the path of entrepreneurship by setting up their own computer development company. Created a year ago, thanks to material, financial and moral support, their SME Wid’op now employs four workers aged between 21 and 23.

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Youth @ Work - Greece

Young people have been hard hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hard hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. The Youth@Work campaign, however, aims to show that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have lots of energy and innovative ideas which can be useful to businesses. With 32% of young people out of work, Greece has one of the highest rates of youth unemployment in the European Union. According to a European study however, Greeks are the most likely to prefer to be self-employed rather than to be an employee. Orestis Matsoukas, 28, shares this opinion. He recently started his own SME called Orama Group which helps young companies to develop themselves. Nowadays he has a job that he likes and feels a sense of achievement because he has created something on his own.

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Youth @ Work - Slovakia

Young people have been hard hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hard hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. However, the Youth@Work campaign aims to show that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have lots of energy and innovative ideas which can be useful to businesses. According to a European study, Slovakia had the second highest rate of youth unemployment in 2010 with 32.6%. Terezia Madarova is 29 year old. When she lost her job 10 years ago, she found herself unsure of what to do next. She decided it was a great opportunity to start her own modelling and casting agency. The young woman made her first steps in her one room apartment: she bought a computer, a camera and started taking pictures of her friends. Nowadays she’s the owner of one of the largest agencies in Central Europe.

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Youth @ Work - Latvia

Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. However the Youth@Work campaign aims at showing that, thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy. In 2010, the youth unemployment rate in Latvia was 34 % - one of the highest rates in the EU. After losing her job two years ago, Zane Lase-Lasmane, 27, decided to create her own company called Artbag. Subsequently she received financial support from the European Social Fund and national employment services. Today, thanks to a lot of effort and a bit of help she’s the proud owner of a company that is growing bigger by the day.

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Youth @ Work - Italy

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. - 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. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. To emphasise the value of young people in the workforce, the Youth@Work action aims to show that, thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy to bring to the table. Carola Raimondo has been an entrepreneur for 16 years now and she owns two businesses employing young people. Cristina Ghimpu is one of these young people. She’s from Romania and she found a job in one of Carola Raimondo’s companies thanks to the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme. The two women are very happy with this exchange of experience and knowledge.

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Youth @ Work - Poland

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. - 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. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. To emphasise the value of young people in the workforce, the Youth@Work action aims to show that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy to bring to the table. According to a European study, in Poland around 50% of people would prefer to be self-employed rather than an employee. Grzegorz Babynko is one of those who chose to start his/her own business; he makes and sells jewellery and he’s an expert at valuing precious stones. Even if it’s difficult sometimes, his goal is to keep on developing his business.

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Youth @ Work - Lithuania

Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. To emphasise the value of young people in the workforce, the Youth@Work action aims to show that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy. In Lithuania, around 35% of young people aged between 15-24 years old are unemployed. Martynas Barkauskas, 19, studies political science at Vilnius University. Thanks to the help of the Lithuanian Public Employment Service, he found a job in parallel with his studies in a food company.

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Youth on the move

The video clip commissioned by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion in the framework of the Youth on the Move pan-European campaign. - The video clip commissioned by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion in the framework of the Youth on the Move pan-European campaign. The campaign consists of a series of large public events which are organised around the European Union. It promotes the initiatives and the tools which the EU provides to young people to foster their education, training, employment, entrepreneurship, access to microfinance and, of course, mobility.

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Youth @ work - Belgium

Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. - Young people have been hardest hit by the economic crisis as they often lack the experience and skills to be competitive. Today one in five young Europeans cannot find a job. To emphasise the value of young people in the workforce, the Youth@Work action aims to show that thanks to their fresh take on the world, young people often have innovative ideas and energy. In Belgium, 50% of the population has a favourable opinion of entrepreneurs but the entrepreneurship rate is still below 10%. Diane Mbarushimana, 27, took the risk and is establishing a company called Guheka to make products for parents and young children, such as baby carriers. As she didn't feel confident enough to become self-employed, she first turned to an association which helps her to concentrate on her start-up without having to reach a certain level of turnover each month. Then she applied for a micro-loan, through microStart. Nowadays she’s really happy to be her own boss.

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  • Datum: Oct 2011
 

Youth on the Move – strengthening support to Europe's young people

A new flagship initiative aimed at helping young people to gain the knowledge, skills and experience they need to make their first job a reality. - A new flagship initiative aimed at helping young people to gain the knowledge, skills and experience they need to make their first job a reality.

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