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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


“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


University of Teramo career day shares the benefits of youth mobility

EURES recently teamed up with the PES of Italy’s Abruzzo region to host a career day at the University of Teramo. The event took place on 7 November, and was aimed at students and graduates.

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24/01/2020


‘Nursing in the Netherlands’ job fair puts cultural integration in the spotlight

2019 marks the 25th year since EURES first began matching jobseekers with job opportunities. To celebrate this landmark, a number of events are taking place across Europe.

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23/01/2020


Meeting Point Jobs Fair in Pordenone Gave Job Opportunities to Jobseekers from Denmark, Malta and Sweden


EURES event in Rome celebrates successful completion of European Solidarity Corps initiative


Young jobseekers become seasonal entertainers thanks to collaboration between EURES France and Italy

EURES France and EURES Italy helped to provide four young Europeans with the chance to work in seasonal jobs with an Italian entertainment company.

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27/09/2019


German safari park teams up with EURES to hire Italian jobseekers


A new life in Lithuania


Husband and wife share their separate success stories thanks to ‘Your first EURES job’ programme


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