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Polish medical student excels in Austria

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

How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations

Summer in Croatia, winter in Austria: one jobseeker has made it work

With its magnificent coastline, Croatia is a popular tourist destination in summer – meaning qualified and experienced hospitality workers are in high demand.



Quality and quantity on offer at Slovakian jobs fair

Living and working in Austria made easier for newcomers thanks to practical brochure

If you are thinking of going to Austria to work then it’s worth taking a good look at EURES Austria’s new Living and Working brochure. With over 60 pages of useful facts and information covering all aspects of making a successful to Austria, the brochure is a must-read for anyone considering taking up residence.



A new job in Austria opens up horizons for Slovenian jobseeker

Ana-Marija Vratanar, from a little village in Slovenia, had been looking for a good job at home before seeing a job vacancy that aroused her curiosity. The job advertised at her local job centre was for a position in a family-run hotel in Austria. ‘I thought to myself, why not?’ So she made contact with EURES Adviser Žarko Markovič, based in Ljubljana.



Hungarian-Austrian EURES partnership helping startups

The way we work is changing, with many traditional jobs giving way to new technologies and more and more companies favouring contract work as opposed to standard employment. In the face of this new norm, EURES too is adapting the ways it helps jobseekers.



Dynamic video highlights jobseekers’ international options

Eager to expand your horizons, gain new skills or boost your career with an international mobility project? If you’re aged 18 to 30, check out the fun new video from Actiris International, the international placement service of the Brussels Public Employment Service, Actiris.



Learning new cooking skills in one of the world’s most beautiful mountain ranges

Young chef Matej Kulas has nine seasons as a cook under his belt in Croatia, but opportunities are scarce and all too often positions are not secure. So he made the decision to look further afield to Austria and went along to a Job Fair organised by Dieter Müller, EURES adviser based in Vorarlberg, and the local Chamber of Commerce. He hasn't looked back since




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