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How three young Spaniards found opportunities abroad with EURES
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 three success stories from EURES Spain.
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.
Hotel chain gets help from EURES to find seasonal staff
Since 2015, a Spanish hotel group has been collaborating with EURES Slovenia to hire seasonal workers for its hotels in Spain and Greece. We spoke to Iberostar’s Alberto Alba and Aleksandra Đukić, a beneficiary of this recruitment campaign, to find out more about the initiative.
‘Incredible places and wonderful people’: Lara’s story
The success stories keep on coming in from EURES Spain. Following on from Juan Carlos and Alejandra, EURES beneficiary Lara shared her story, including some useful tips and inspiring advice, on EURES Spain’s Facebook page.
Another happy beneficiary shares her story with EURES Spain
In November 2018, we published an article about Juan Carlos, a EURES beneficiary who shared his story on EURES Spain’s Facebook page. In December, Alejandra Franch from Zaragoza was the latest EURES beneficiary to share her experience on the social networking site. Here is Alejandra’s story.
‘Speed dating’ interviews in Madrid: EURES Spain and EURES Sweden team up to create opportunities in the catering industry
Earlier this year, EURES Spain and EURES Sweden collaborated on the third edition of an innovative ‘speed dating’ event for the catering industry. The event was the latest in a number organised as part of the ‘Chefs in Sweden’ project.
Spanish chef shares inspiring EURES success story
A chef from Menorca realised his dream of working abroad when he found placements in Sweden and Germany through EURES.
Hotel in Germany fills urgent vacancies with the help of EURES
For businesses in tourism and hospitality, it’s more important than ever to find staff from abroad to fill vacancies. However, small and medium-sized enterprises don’t always have the resources or networks at their disposal to handle international recruitment.
Young Spanish nurse pursues her dream in Germany
Nineteen-year-old Nerea Gomis Sanchez from Spain is relishing the challenge of working in the care sector in Kassel, central Germany.
Germany needed care sector workers… so Cristina got on a plane
Spanish nursing assistant Cristina Cañadas Pequin had to find work fast. Her temporary contract had just ended and local opportunities were scarce. By applying for an apprenticeship in Germany through the Your first EURES Job (YfEJ) scheme, she finally found the position she had been looking for.
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