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New one-stop shop for personal career advice opens in Brussels

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

Would-be young entrepreneurs getting support online, face-to-face and in tailored workshops

Tempted to work for yourself? Check out I-LINC, a digital skills website packed with practical tips and a supportive community to help you take your first self-employment steps. Or take inspiration from Finland EURES’ entrepreneurship focus and the nation’s growing network of young entrepreneurs.



Redundancy over the border? EURES Advisers rally round to help workers find new jobs

Redundant workers in a border town in the Netherlands get an extra boost in their job search thanks to the close working relationship between EURES Advisers in the border region and their colleagues in Belgium.



Our portal helped a jobseeker find work in just two weeks! What are you waiting for?

When Arnaud Borens from Belgium published his CV on the EURES portal he had no idea that just two weeks later he’d have hooked his ideal job in Lisbon. While this is a very fast turnaround, thousands have found work through the activities of EURES and the portal is a great place to start.



Get Online Week 2016: addressing Europe’s gap on skills and jobs

European Get Online Week (GOW) runs from 14 to 20 March 2016. Now in its seventh year this digital campaign encourages Europeans to use the internet and technology safely and with confidence. So take this chance to improve your digital skills and job opportunities.



European Job Day a real success for a Belgian IT specialist!

Pierre Dramaix had been in Belgium for three months after returning from a trip to Canada and knew it was time to start looking for a new job. Being eager to work abroad he was happy to go along to a EURES run European Job Day in Brussels.



Actiris International: a specialised department helping employers based abroad to recruit in Brussels

The international arm of the Brussels public employment service is making it easier for European employers to recruit the right people for the job.



Actiris spreading the good news of Your First EURES Job in Brussels

In December 2016, EURES collaborators at Actiris took to the streets of Brussels to promote the job mobility programme, Your First EURES Job (YFEJ). Actiris International is the international arm of the Brussels Public Employment Service, Actiris, who are one of the partners supporting the EURES endeavour.



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.




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