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#EU4FairWork competition for workers and employers now open!
Are you a worker or employer? The European Platform tackling undeclared work and the European Labour Authority (ELA) have launched the #EU4FairWork social media competition. We want to hear your stories about working declared and what declared work means for you.
GrensWerk event allows Dutch and German jobseekers to experience the workplace using virtual reality
As part of Die Tolle Woche (The Great Week), the Dutch-German employment office, GrensWerk, travelled around the border region giving students an opportunity to experience the workplace in virtual reality (VR).
EURES member organisations make free movement a reality for healthcare workers
Healthcare is a priority for European citizens, but there is a misalignment between where healthcare workers live and where the demands for services exist.
Celebrating 25 years of success: EURES Denmark
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 some of the achievements of EURES Denmark.
French data scientist settles into life in Denmark thanks to EURES support
Aurelie Giraud had always wanted to live in Scandinavia, so when the opportunity came to move to Denmark, she took it. We spoke to Aurelie, as well as Lars Rungø from Workindenmark, to find out how EURES supported her with her move.
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.
Top 10 articles in 2018
As another year draws to a close, we thought it was time to look back and reflect on the articles that have been catching your eye over the last 12 months. Let the countdown start!
EURES Slovakia and Deutsche Post partnership leads to work for Slovak 15 students in Germany
Summer is an ideal opportunity for many students to not only relax, but also improve their financial situation by finding a seasonal job. In the summer of 2018, thanks to cooperation between EURES Slovakia and German company Deutsche Post, 15 students from Slovakia had the chance to work as postal workers. One of them was 18-year-old Kristian.
Working in tourism: What’s in it for me?
Europe is the most popular holiday destination in the world, welcoming more than 670 million visitors in 2017. The tourism industry provides jobs for 12 million EU citizens and offers a variety of exciting long-term career opportunities for those who want to put their education and skills to the test in different settings. So what are you waiting for?
New one-stop shop for personal career advice opens in Brussels
A new educational and vocational guidance service in Brussels provides a one-stop shop for students, jobseekers and workers who are looking to find work or retrain.
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