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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 Germany: Supporting jobseekers and employers across the country and beyond


How three young Spaniards found opportunities abroad with EURES

As EURES celebrates its 25th anniversary, the network is taking the opportunity to recognise its successes over the past 25 years and to look ahead to the future. In this article, we look specifically at three success stories from EURES Spain.

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17/01/2020


GrensWerk event allows Dutch and German jobseekers to experience the workplace using virtual reality


Let’s work in Germany

Thinking of moving to Germany for work? EURES has plenty of information to help you find work and make a smooth transition.

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10/05/2019


German safari park teams up with EURES to hire Italian jobseekers


‘Incredible places and wonderful people’: Lara’s story

The success stories keep on coming in from EURES Spain. Following on from Juan Carlos and Alejandra, EURES beneficiary Lara shared her story, including some useful tips and inspiring advice, on EURES Spain’s Facebook page.

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25/04/2019


EURES Germany organises unique event for aspiring orchestral musicians

For musicians in international orchestras, Germany is an attractive place to work. The country has a rich tradition in classical music and is home to over 50 philharmonic orchestras.

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21/03/2019


Everything you need to know before attending a European (Online) Job Day


EURES helps German jobseekers find work in Austria’s tourism industry


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