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Four tips for welcoming staff back into a post-COVID-19 workplace


The future of work: Researchers and engineers


Looking for a job abroad during a pandemic? Amandine’s experience shows it is possible

Amandine had always wanted to work abroad. In early 2020, the Belgian jobseeker started a traineeship in Madrid. But soon, the COVID-19 pandemic meant she had to return home. Despite this, Amandine tried again and found a new professional opportunity in Valencia.

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26/04/2021


Caring for older people in Germany: Sara and Aitor’s story

Like many EU countries, Germany has long had a shortage of qualified carers for older people. EURES Germany decided to address this with a project combining work and vocational training in the geriatric care sector. Sara and Aitor were two of its participants.

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12/04/2021


EU launches new programme to support European SMEs


Four things you should know about seasonal work in 2021


Five inspiring stories from the Reactivate photo competition


How employers can address the gender imbalance created by COVID-19


Four job sectors in high demand as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of disruption and heavily impacted the labour market. While some sectors have suffered as a result of the crisis, many have thrived. Check out our top four job sectors in high demand following the pandemic.

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19/02/2021


The future of work: Teaching professionals

The Skills Forecast from Cedefop allows us to imagine how the world of work might look in 10 years’ time by forecasting future employment trends. In this series of articles, we look at the potential challenges and changes facing certain professions between now and 2030.

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29/01/2021


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