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Everything you need to know before attending a European (Online) Job Day
Make it in Germany have run a number of European (Online) Job Days (EOJD) over the years and more are planned for 2019. So to help jobseekers get prepared, we spoke with the Make it in Germany team to find out what you need to know before attending a EOJD.
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.
Youth Guarantee five years on: Lessons learnt
The ongoing economic recovery in the EU has led to improved labour market conditions for young Europeans. The Youth Guarantee scheme is doing its part by increasing employment opportunities.
Using your LinkedIn profile to successfully target employers
At least 75% of jobs get filled through personal referrals, social media and recruiters’ personal networks, so don’t underestimate the importance of a strong LinkedIn profile. Your profile is the first thing employers will look at before they contact you, so here are some tips to ensure you use the platform successfully:
A new year, a new job in a new country!
Have you made your New Year’s Resolution yet? How about a new job, in a new country? Why not make 2018 the year you change your life?
In the spotlight: The European Alliance for Apprenticeships
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) recently held a high-level event in Malta to celebrate its achievements over the last four years and to look to the future. We thought it would be a good time to look a little more closely at this unique partnership and how businesses and organisations throughout Europe can yet be involved.
All about Erasmus+
Erasmus+ is the European Commission’s programme for education, training, youth and sport. Since 2014, Erasmus+ has been helping thousands of young people and organisations to expand their horizons abroad, develop their skills (young people) and boost the skills-base of their staff (organisations). In the following article we take a look at some of the opportunities that Erasmus+ can offer Drop’pin@EURES’s young people and organisations.
Hungarian-Austrian EURES partnership helping startups
The way we work is changing, with many traditional jobs giving way to new technologies and more and more companies favouring contract work as opposed to standard employment. In the face of this new norm, EURES too is adapting the ways it helps jobseekers.
Studying, training or working abroad – what do I need to know?
One of the great things about being an EU citizen is that you have the freedom to move to any other Member State for work or study. It’s an attractive prospect and one that thousands of young people take advantage of every year in order to broaden their horizons. With this in mind, we’ve put together our top tips for when you’re thinking of taking the plunge and pursuing an opportunity abroad.
Youth Guarantee scheme helps jobseeker land communications job
After sitting through multiple interviews and no job to show for it, Slovenian David Banović was losing the motivation to keep trying. Instead of giving up, he turned to the Youth Guarantee scheme for help.
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