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Top 10 articles of 2019

It’s been another busy and successful year, so we thought it was time to take a moment to pause and reflect on the most popular articles of the last 12 months. Let the countdown begin!


Social media: A job hunting tool?

The first article in our list looks at how social media channels can be a great place to search for jobs.


5 tips for when you’re starting your career

Just starting out on your career path? Then check out article number 9 for our top tips.


Salary negotiation: Where should I start?

Advice about negotiating your salary can be found in article number 8.


Vlog: José finds work in Sweden thanks to Reactivate

Article number 7 shares the story of how the Reactivate mobility scheme helped José from Portugal to find a job in Sweden.


Skills for Jobs: How to get the most out of the OECD’s database

In at number 6, we present the OECD’s Skills for Jobs database and how you can use it effectively.



4 common workplace personalities and how to work effectively with them

Find out how to negotiate tricky personalities in the workplace with article number 5.


5 reasons why you should dare to work abroad

For article number 4, we have 5 reasons why you should take a chance on working abroad.


Hotel chain gets help from EURES to find seasonal staff

A successful collaboration between EURES Slovenia and a Spanish hotel group is the topic of article number 3.


What skills are companies looking for in 2019?

Article number 2 explores the skills in demand in 2019.


A EURES guide to working abroad

And our top article for 2019 presents mobility services and programmes available to jobseekers interested in training or working in another country, and to employers who want to start their own business.


So there you have it: the top 10 articles of 2019. It’s been another great year and we can promise even more inspiring articles from across the EURES network in 2020!


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