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Let’s work in Germany


German safari park teams up with EURES to hire Italian jobseekers

In February, EURES Staff from the Zentrale Auslands- und Fachvermittlung (ZAV) in Lower Saxony-Bremen, Germany, teamed up with one of Europe’s largest safari parks to host two recruitment events in Italy.

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02/05/2019


‘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


Social media: A job hunting tool?

Over 2 billion people use social media every day to catch up with friends, share photos, watch funny videos… but it has other great uses, too. In this article, we explore why social media can be the perfect way to find a dream job.

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18/04/2019


Helping Europe to embrace the latest technologies

3D printing is a rapidly growing industry, offering more jobs and opportunities each year. To take advantage of these opportunities, people need the right skills and knowledge. That’s where projects like 3D-Help come in.

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12/04/2019


A new life in Lithuania


Targeted recruitment drive helps two Dutch teachers find jobs in Sweden with EURES

‘It was on my first vacation in Sweden that I fell in love with that country,’ says Kirsten van Agthoven. ‘I already wanted to move to Sweden as a 10-year-old child. It was the nature I really loved. It was so different to my own country.’

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28/03/2019


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


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