- 08/04/2021 - 08/04/2021
- 06/05/2021 - 06/05/2021
Meeting Point Jobs Fair in Pordenone Gave Job Opportunities to Jobseekers from Denmark, Malta and Sweden
On November 6 and 7 2019, the 12th Meeting Point job fair took place in Pordenone, Italy. This event focused on training and work orientation.
Helping Europe to embrace the latest technologies
3D printing is a rapidly growing industry, offering more jobs and opportunities each year. To take advantage of these opportunities, people need the right skills and knowledge. That’s where projects like 3D-Help come in.
EURES collaboration fills scientific skills gap in Malta
A Maltese pharmaceutical company facing a shortage of qualified lab technicians has found 10 new employees from Italy and Spain, thanks to EURES.
How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations
Drop’pin@EURES offers a range of great features for companies and organisations. But how can get the most out of them? In our latest article, we provide our top tips…
Seasonal jobs in spotlight at Spanish Mediterranean Job Day
The Balearic Job Day 2016 SOIB-EURES, focusing on seasonal jobs, attracted a thousand visitors and led to more than 300 job offers locally and abroad. The event’s success was greatly helped by pre-matching of jobseekers’ profiles with existing jobs, plus early advertising on social media and EURES websites
Greek EURES Adviser goes extra mile to help nurse find work in Malta
Evangelia Bakasi is a very well-qualified nurse, but she could not find work in Greece that allowed her to do what she had been trained for. So when a family member suggested she widen her search and look for work abroad through EURES, she decided to give it a chance.
Island recruiters and employers tap into EURES Malta’s tailored support
Several booming sectors on this Mediterranean island, from software to iGaming, are urgently seeking new employees. EURES Malta may only be a small team, but it is winning plaudits for pro-actively supporting the recruiters and employers that serve these sectors every day.
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