- 08/04/2021 - 08/04/2021
- 06/05/2021 - 06/05/2021
How to prepare for your move abroad
Moving abroad for work may be great for your career, but it can be a daunting experience. You have made up your mind and accepted the job, but now is not the time to get caught up in the excitement of the moment. You still have some planning to do, and EURES is here to help you.
My EURES story: Javier Cordero
EURES recently celebrated its 25th birthday. As part of the celebrations, jobseekers were invited to share their EURES stories in return for the chance to win some great prizes. The winners have now been announced and over the new few months we’ll be showcasing their experiences.
Salary negotiation: Where should I start?
During your career, you might get a chance to negotiate your salary. It’s a tricky task. Do you go high and risk causing offence? Or do you go low and risk undervaluing your skills? In this article, we offer some tips to get you started.
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.
Five reasons why you should dare to work abroad
Working abroad is a very challenging professional and personal experience. While some people seem to be born to travel, it can be a scary thought for others. But overcome that fear and uncertainty, and you’ll find there are lots of great reasons to make the decision…
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.
Happy expats share their Big Danish Moment
“My Big Danish Moment” is a series of short videos featuring the testimony of expats who have chosen to live and work in Denmark.
Croatian handyman finds career as an engineer in Germany thanks to Your first EURES Job
Goran Marinovic’s route into precision engineering was not a typical one. In his native Croatia, he drifted between various different jobs – as a plumber, a salesman, a promoter, and even leading workshops at an aquarium.
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.
Danish company recruiting success with EURES
Blue Ocean Robotics are a global leader in the robot industry. They create robots which improve quality-of-life, working environments and productivity for humans.
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