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Meeting Point Jobs Fair in Pordenone Gave Job Opportunities to Jobseekers from Denmark, Malta and Sweden


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.

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17/01/2020


EURES member organisations make free movement a reality for healthcare workers


Targeted recruitment drive helps two Dutch teachers find jobs in Sweden with EURES

‘It was on my first vacation in Sweden that I fell in love with that country,’ says Kirsten van Agthoven. ‘I already wanted to move to Sweden as a 10-year-old child. It was the nature I really loved. It was so different to my own country.’

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28/03/2019


Vlog: José finds work in Sweden thanks to Reactivate


‘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.

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12/12/2018


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.

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12/11/2018


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.

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26/10/2018


EURES Sweden helps jobseekers craft CVs specific to Swedish job market


Start-up success stories in Europe: across the decades


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