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Glowing new job prospects for artists that light up our cities

With a ‘light artist’ business card, you’ll get compliments galore but may struggle to find a steady job. Yet the future’s looking brighter for several of this niche sector’s top artists, after pitching their talents to potential employers gathered in Stockholm at the express invitation of EURES.

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04/11/2016


Check out the job opportunities showcased by Estonia’s upcoming job day

Love the great outdoors? If so then maybe you should think of working in Estonia, rated one of the 10 greenest countries on earth by the Environmental Performance Index. If the idea of taking up a job in a country boasting great career opportunities, a good quality of life and a dramatic natural environment grabs you, then check out the European (Online) Job Day. Hosted by EURES Estonia, in cooperation with the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund and Work in Estonia, the event will be held online on 11 November between 11am – 3pm, Central European Time.

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28/10/2016


Spanish jobseekers quick to check out job opportunities at Spanish-Nordic Job Day

The Job Day held in Madrid, 16 December, brought recruiters from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Estonia to Spain to meet people interested in moving to northern Europe. Nearly 800 people registered to take part in the event which hosted 24 exhibitors, including three employers who were recruiting on site.

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12/02/2016


Estonia’s turn to shine as it hosts EU presidency


Estonian environment specialist enjoys new life in Gothenburg

Merit Kaal from Estonia is broadening her horizons with a new job in Sweden – and encourages other jobseekers to give working abroad a try, too.

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13/10/2017


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