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Finding a job in Europe - a guide for jobseekers  (07/10/2008)

Catalog N. : KE-80-07-165-EN-C, ISBN 978-92-79-07224-6

The European Union's Principle of Free Movement of Workers means that you can get a job in any country of the EU, as well as in Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein (also known as the EEA countries) and Switzerland. This practical guide is available in all the official languages of the EU.


EURES - THE European Jobs Network  (07/10/2008)

Catalog N. : KE-81-08-417-EN-C, ISBN 978-92-79-10123-6

This information leaflet is available in all the official languages of the European Union. For english, there is a re-edition.


Europeans on the move – Portraits of 31 mobile workers  (18/09/2006)

Catalog N. : KE-76-06-115-EN-C, ISBN 92-79-02275-X

The purpose of this book, which is published during the European Year of Workers' mobility is to highlight the experience of mobile workers. It aims, through the collection of 31 stories, to show what mobility means for the individuals concerned and to encourage other Europeans to engage in a mobility experience at least once in their working life. It is available in English, French and German.


Do you want to work in another EU Member State? Find out about your rights!  (13/07/2006)

Catalog N. : KE-75-06-930-EN-C, ISBN 92-79-01883-3

This guide describes only the legal position of persons who migrate within the European Union for reasons of employment. Its aim is to provide you with information about your rights as a migrant worker in an easily understandable questions and answers form. It is available in 20 official languages of the European Union.


Europeans and mobility: first results of an EU-wide survey  (24/05/2006)

Catalog N. : KE-73-06-970-EN-D; ISBN 92-79-01280-0

Are Europeans ready to seize the opportunities that mobility offers in today's labour market? Are EU citizens aware of their rights and opportunities? Would they move to another region or country to find a job? How often do Europeans change jobs and for what reasons? How do they feel about mobility? These are some of the questions that Eurobarometer asked more than 24,000 EU citizens in September 2005. This leaflets is available in English, French and German.


EURES – The European Job Mobility Portal  (08/05/2006)

Catalog N. : KE-75-06-453-EN-D

This leaflet describes the EURES portal, the portal to job mobility in Europe with a network of specialist advisers to back it up. It provides information, advice and job-matching services – allowing jobseekers to find work and employers to recruit across 29 European countries. It is available in all 20 official languages of the European Union.