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Social enterprise: Entrepreneurship with a social impact


Can living abroad boost your self-awareness?


EURES Slovakia and Deutsche Post partnership leads to work for Slovak 15 students in Germany


Working in tourism: What’s in it for me?

Europe is the most popular holiday destination in the world, welcoming more than 670 million visitors in 2017. The tourism industry provides jobs for 12 million EU citizens and offers a variety of exciting long-term career opportunities for those who want to put their education and skills to the test in different settings. So what are you waiting for?

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28/09/2018


Your first EURES job helps young Italian to find work – and herself – in Portugal

Federica Passanante comes from the island of Sicily, which – like much of Southern Italy – continues to have a high unemployment rate a decade on from the global financial crisis

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25/09/2018


Running or starting a small business? Here’s how EURES can help

Do you have under 250 employees? Is your annual turnover less than EUR 50 million? If so, you’re considered a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME). Whether you’re already operating or just setting up, EURES can help to simplify the steps.

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21/09/2018


Be your own boss: Entrepreneurship and the EU

One of the ways in which the European Commission fights unemployment is by supporting entrepreneurs and the self-employed. Here’s how.

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14/09/2018


New one-stop shop for personal career advice opens in Brussels


Hotel in Germany fills urgent vacancies with the help of EURES

For businesses in tourism and hospitality, it’s more important than ever to find staff from abroad to fill vacancies. However, small and medium-sized enterprises don’t always have the resources or networks at their disposal to handle international recruitment.

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07/09/2018


Europe offers tourism job opportunities all year round


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