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- 12/11/2020 - 12/11/2020
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.
Vlog: José finds work in Sweden thanks to Reactivate
José from Portugal talks about how Reactivate, an EU job mobility scheme that supports the free movement of workers over 35...
Your first EURES job helps young Portuguese pharmacists to find work in Scandinavia
The pharmaceutical industry in Sweden was transformed in 2009, when a re-regulation of the state-monopolised market opened it up to the private sector.
Your first EURES job helps young Italian to find work – and herself – in Portugal
Federica Passanante comes from the island of Sicily, which – like much of Southern Italy – continues to have a high unemployment rate a decade on from the global financial crisis
How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations
Drop’pin@EURES offers a range of great features for companies and organisations. But how can get the most out of them? In our latest article, we provide our top tips…
The benefits of working in Portugal – the Bulgarian story
In the last three years, over 800 Bulgarian seasonal workers in the field of farming and agriculture have found placements in Portugal.
Online job day sends French tour guide to Portuguese islands
Seize the Summer, an online job fair focusing on seasonal jobs, has borne fruit for one Portuguese tour company and a French jobseeker.
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.
Fast-track training for your first digital skills job
Combine new technical skills with key ‘soft skills’ and you’ve got a greater chance of finding and keeping a job. That’s the thinking behind FIT4Jobs, an Irish training-for-employment initiative just tested successfully in five other EU countries.
Young Portuguese pharmacist embraces her new life in Sweden
A good degree and years of training weren’t enough to get Portuguese graduate Claudia Batalha a job that would enable her to live independently of her parents. It all changed when her brother paid a family visit and talked about the opportunities he found living in Luxembourg. She decided to follow in his footsteps and look for work in the EU, ‘I realised while I would always be Portuguese, I was also European,’ says Claudia.
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