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8 tips for online job hunting like a pro
The internet is an amazing tool when it comes to looking for a job. But it can also be confusing, with so much information and so many options making it difficult to know where to start. Before you know it, three hours have passed and you’re no closer to landing that dream job.
From trainee to employee – Youth Guarantee helps young Bulgarian woman find work in her field
After 10 years of studying economics, Theodora Dobreva expected to find a job directly related to her degree. But having graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics and financial control, the two job offers she received had nothing to do with her field of study.
The 5 ‘S’ rules for writing a killer cover letter
Looking for a job can be time-consuming and sometimes a bit frustrating. It can be daunting to know that you applied for your dream job last week… but so did 300 other candidates! What’s the key to success?
Opportunities open up for Finnish teachers in Sweden
Qualified teachers searching for work in Finland are finding new opportunities in Sweden thanks to cooperation within the EURES network.
The sweet taste of success takes one jobseeker from Marseille to Ljubljana and Istanbul
Two years since taking the plunge and moving from France to Slovenia with the help of EURES, pastry chef Valerie Labat-Gest is now preparing to open her own store in Istanbul.
Helping young Swedes build a career in Danish hospitality
Swedish trainees wanting to get into the Danish hospitality sector have been given a boost thanks to a two-week course, set up through EURES cross-border cooperation in the Øresund region. It was run as a pilot study to ensure a close link between what was taught at the course and the employer´s expressed needs
Range of positions open at Venice’s first maritime European (Online) Job Day
Shipping, cruising, logistics, oil and gas industries – just some of the areas looking for workers at the first maritime themed European (Online) Job Day, E(O)JD held in Venice, 9 November.
A new job in Austria opens up horizons for Slovenian jobseeker
Ana-Marija Vratanar, from a little village in Slovenia, had been looking for a good job at home before seeing a job vacancy that aroused her curiosity. The job advertised at her local job centre was for a position in a family-run hotel in Austria. ‘I thought to myself, why not?’ So she made contact with EURES Adviser Žarko Markovič, based in Ljubljana.
A very happy festive season to all
EURES takes this opportunity to wish you a happy holiday and a New Year full of new opportunities. If your New Year resolution is to look for a new job, whether you are unemployed, looking for a change or interested in working within a new culture, EURES is here to support you in realising your goals.
From hobby to business – Youth Guarantee helps young Greek woman achieve her dream
When Aristea Zachari left school, three months of unsuccessful job hunting followed, making her financially dependent on her parents and concerned about her future. So when the Youth Guarantee scheme was presented to her at her local careers office, she jumped at the chance to take part and train as a hairdresser.
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