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Bike mechanic enjoys new opportunities in Norway


On the road with EURES Finland


German safari park teams up with EURES to hire Italian jobseekers

In February, EURES Staff from the Zentrale Auslands- und Fachvermittlung (ZAV) in Lower Saxony-Bremen, Germany, teamed up with one of Europe’s largest safari parks to host two recruitment events in Italy.

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02/05/2019


A new life in Lithuania


Targeted recruitment drive helps two Dutch teachers find jobs in Sweden with EURES

‘It was on my first vacation in Sweden that I fell in love with that country,’ says Kirsten van Agthoven. ‘I already wanted to move to Sweden as a 10-year-old child. It was the nature I really loved. It was so different to my own country.’

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28/03/2019


EURES Germany organises unique event for aspiring orchestral musicians

For musicians in international orchestras, Germany is an attractive place to work. The country has a rich tradition in classical music and is home to over 50 philharmonic orchestras.

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21/03/2019


EURES helps German jobseekers find work in Austria’s tourism industry


Top 10 articles in 2018


‘Speed dating’ interviews in Madrid: EURES Spain and EURES Sweden team up to create opportunities in the catering industry

Earlier this year, EURES Spain and EURES Sweden collaborated on the third edition of an innovative ‘speed dating’ event for the catering industry. The event was the latest in a number organised as part of the ‘Chefs in Sweden’ project.

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12/12/2018


EURES podcast 1: French jobseeker finds work in Slovenia's tourism industry thanks to EURES event

The Seize the Summer with EURES 2018 Online Event gathered tourism and food industry employers from Croatia, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Malta and Cyprus...

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06/12/2018


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