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Why soft skills and emotional intelligence are more important than ever
The post-COVID-19 world can be full of uncertainty and challenges. As a result, companies need emotionally intelligent workers with a range of soft skills to help them navigate through these difficult times.
How to organise a successful online job interview
COVID-19 has forced many employers to move job interviews online. For those unfamiliar with the process, it can be daunting to navigate both the social and technological aspects involved. Here are our tips for organising a successful online job interview.
‘Seasonal work with EURES’ campaign launches
EURES has launched an awareness-raising campaign on seasonal work. From now until the end of October, we will be sharing information and tools to help you understand your rights and obligations as a jobseeker or employer, and how to make the most of seasonal opportunities.
Five reasons why learning a language can boost your employability
Speaking a foreign language can help you stand out in the labour market and grab recruiters’ attention. Being bilingual doesn’t just look good on your CV – it develops other skills that employers find attractive in potential hires.
The future of work: Researchers and engineers
The Skills Forecast from Cedefop allows us to imagine how the world of work might look in 10 years’ time by forecasting future employment trends. In our new series of articles, we look at the potential challenges and changes facing certain professions between now and 2030.
Looking for a job abroad during a pandemic? Amandine’s experience shows it is possible
Amandine had always wanted to work abroad. In early 2020, the Belgian jobseeker started a traineeship in Madrid. But soon, the COVID-19 pandemic meant she had to return home. Despite this, Amandine tried again and found a new professional opportunity in Valencia.
Four things you should know about seasonal work in 2021
Seasonal jobs are a great way to experience living and working abroad. If you are thinking of getting a summer job in Europe this year, you might be unsure about the situation. Here are four things you should know about seasonal work this year.
Five inspiring stories from the Reactivate photo competition
Since its launch in 2016, the Reactivate initiative has helped over 750 people find a job or traineeship in the EU. To put a face to the statistics, the Reactivate team announced a photo competition before the pandemic, inviting people to share their experience with the job mobility scheme.
How employers can address the gender imbalance created by COVID-19
COVID-19 has significantly sped up the move towards flexible working. To adapt to the ‘new normal’, many employers are making long-term changes to their workplace strategies. However, it is important that they also consider how their future workplace model will affect gender equality.
The future of work: Teaching professionals
The Skills Forecast from Cedefop allows us to imagine how the world of work might look in 10 years’ time by forecasting future employment trends. In this series of articles, we look at the potential challenges and changes facing certain professions between now and 2030.
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