- 05/09/2019 - 05/09/2019
- 20/09/2019 - 20/09/2019
- 24/09/2019 - 24/09/2019
What skills are companies looking for in 2019?
A new year can be a great opportunity to make a change, take on a new challenge or expand your horizons. In terms of employment, this could mean entering a new industry or even embarking on a whole new career. But in a competitive job market, how can you maximise your chances of success?
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?
5 great benefits of doing an internship
Jonna Dromberg (22) works as an intern for CupoNation Finland. Having just been offered an apprenticeship at the company, there’s no one better to list five great benefits of doing an internship…
Save the Date: Vocational Skills Week
Calling all budding pastry chefs, sales executives and computer programmers. Whether you’re just starting out or dreaming of a career switch, find out more about the training you need to achieve your ideal job this autumn – even if you’re not yet sure of the path you might want to follow.
What is VET and why should it matter to me?
As a young job seeker, aspiring apprentice or potential employer, you’ve probably come across the term ‘VET’ before. It’s a popular acronym within the world of employment, but what does it actually mean for young people and businesses, and why is it important?
One-Stop Shop means better access for cross-border jobseekers
Things are busy at EURES-T Upper Rhine. The office covers four regions spread across Germany, France and Switzerland, operates in French and German and serves nearly 100 000 cross-border workers. With such a large geographic area to cover – not to mention the many events, workshops and activities that are happening all the time – EURES Advisers have little time to spare. So to help speed things up EURES-T Upper Rhine launched a One-Stop Shop.
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