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On the road with EURES Finland

Start-up success stories in Europe: across the decades

How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations

Actiris International: a specialised department helping employers based abroad to recruit in Brussels

The international arm of the Brussels public employment service is making it easier for European employers to recruit the right people for the job.



Are you looking for the adventure of a lifetime? Lapland is calling!

Are you looking for a new job, but not just any job? Perhaps you dream of a position with drama and adventure? Do you long for a work place that is just that little bit different, or unique? If this sounds like you, then read on!



Quality and quantity on offer at Slovakian jobs fair

Finnish road trip spreads the EU labour mobility message to employers

Armed with a minibus and light refreshments, EURES Adviser Taina Tuovinen recently spent several days criss-crossing Satakunta, south-west Finland. The goal was to explain to local companies with foreign staff just how EURES Finland can support them, notably through Finnish/Swedish language courses.



Young Italian bakes perfect pizzas 2 000 km from home

When opportunities come knocking it’s good to embrace them. Emanuel Cappelletti, freshly graduated from an Italian tourism and hospitality school, did just that. Today, with support from EURES, he is working in a Finnish pizzeria and loving every minute.



Berlin plays host to professional pitch for Swedish screenwriters

Ready for the next Scandi blockbuster or TV series? It may soon be coming to a screen near you, to judge from the positive noises being made by some of the 23 participants who attended EURES Sweden’s pitch for screenwriters event on 2 June 2016.



EURES – a ‘joined up’ approach to helping you get and keep your job

When EURES helped Panagiota Domestichou take on a nursing assistant's post in Finland, she finally felt she was able to do the job for which she had qualified in Greece. But trouble was on the horizon – six months after being in the post her employers felt they needed additional paperwork. EURES and Europe Direct in Greece, along with EURES Finland, stepped in to help.




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