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Going Dutch: tips for working in the Netherlands
If you’re a welder, auditor, district nurse or programmer, there might be work for you in the Netherlands. These are all professions in high demand in the country, and EURES can help you find the perfect job.
Start-up success stories in Europe: across the decades
Siemens, Lego, Gucci, Virgin and Skype are all world-leading brands. Collectively they employ thousands of people, operate in hundreds of countries and enjoy huge profits.
6 Microsoft Word tips to boost your efficiency
Microsoft Office is one of the most popular software packages in the world, with an estimated 1.2 billion users. An integral part of that package is Microsoft Word and chances are, you’ll have come across Word many times in your working or personal life.
Youth Guarantee three years on – how is it doing?
The Youth Guarantee, and the Youth Unemployment Initiative that supports it, are two initiatives the EU put in place to help young adults into work, training or apprenticeships. Set up three years ago, the programmes, which are aimed at fighting youth unemployment in Europe, have helped millions of young people. But although the results are looking good, the European Commission is clear there is no place for complacency.
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.
The best questions to ask when your interviewer turns the tables!
The part of an interview that many people dread is heralded by the question, ‘Is there anything you would like to ask us?’ This is your chance to stand out from the crowd so don’t let it phase you. Here are 5 good questions to make sure you shine.
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