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European Job Days 2011

30/09/2011 Information stands in the Berlaymont building

The 5th edition of the Brussels European Job Day will take palace on 1 October 2011 in the Berlaymont building, the European Commission's headquarters.

This unique event offers each visitor the opportunity to build a tailor-made tour of meetings with recruiters, to receive guidance and advice towards moving abroad, setting up a business or becoming self employed.

The visitors to the European Job Day webpage have the possibility to visualise vacancies that corresponds best to their profile. The pre-registration system available on the webpage allows them to maximise their chances for the direct on-the-spot interviews.

The Brussels European Job Day will include:

  • The employers zone where jobseekers will have the opportunity to meet over 50 employers
  • The EURES village with over 20 EURES advisors provides practical information on looking for a job abroad and includes special sessions focusing on UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands and Italy
  • JobCoaching for 45+ provides specialists in human resources available for private consultations.

This year a new European Commission's initiative will be presented in the Job Day:

  • Create your job forms part of the Youth@Work action: it consists of interactive information sessions for young people willing to start their own business or seeking to be self-employed.

Beyond Brussels, September and October will see more than 200 Job Days events around the EU. The Job Days vary in size and focus but they are all run with the aim of encouraging mobility throughout the European Union and, of course, matching the candidate to the vacancy. The Job Days events vary from job fairs, to seminars and conferences, to information sessions.

The event

1st October, European Job Days in Belgium: Berlaymont building, Brussels

Online registration is strongly recommended. 

The special guests of the 2011 European Job Day will be Her Royal Highness Princess Mathilde of Belgium and Commissioner László Andor (Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion).


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