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It’s never too late to reskill and work abroad: The story of Eddy Bomboko


Dreaming big with EURES: The story of Gaëlle Delvaux


Working abroad during a pandemic: The story of a Belgian chef in Finland


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.

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26/04/2021


Caring for older people in Germany: Sara and Aitor’s story

Like many EU countries, Germany has long had a shortage of qualified carers for older people. EURES Germany decided to address this with a project combining work and vocational training in the geriatric care sector. Sara and Aitor were two of its participants.

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12/04/2021


Five inspiring stories from the Reactivate photo competition


Finding employment in Ireland with EURES: The stories of two Finns


Alessandria finds a career as a care worker in Germany

Thanks to a joint initiative by EURES and two German employers, several European jobseekers have been offered opportunities to train as special needs care workers in Bavaria. One beneficiary, Alessandria Grossi, tells us her story.

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13/11/2020


EURES helps Pere begin a new career abroad


“The best choice”: Giorgio reflects on his EURES experience

Electrical engineer Giorgio Cover moved from Italy to the Netherlands in 2014, after he found a job on the EURES portal. Several years later, Giorgio is still enjoying working in the Netherlands. We got in touch with Giorgio to ask for his reflections on his experience.

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02/10/2020


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