In order to be able to make informed decisions about mobility, job-seekers and employers need information on a wide range of practical, legal and administrative questions. The EURES Job Mobility Portal provides information tools which aim to give help and support when considering moving to or recruiting from another country.
The Living and Working Conditions database contains details on a number of important issues such as finding accommodation, finding a school, taxes, cost of living, health, social legislation, comparability of qualifications, etc.
Another valuable information tool is the Labour Market Information section, containing information on current trends on the European labour market by country, region and sector of activity.
Information on upcoming events of interest for jobseekers and employers in the country or region selected can be found in the Events Calendar.