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Working in IT in Denmark: Four professionals share their stories

In 2017, EURES Denmark launched ‘My Big Danish Moment’, a series of four short videos on expats living and working in Denmark. In August 2019, after noticing a huge demand for qualified IT specialists in Denmark, they launched a video focusing specifically on expat IT professionals working in Denmark. The video, which has already reached over 10,000 people on social media, shares the experience of four EU citizens who moved to Aarhus, Denmark to pursue careers in IT.

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24/10/2019


“A new environment, new culture and new people”: EURES helps French jobseeker find work in Ireland

Thanks to the support she received from EURES, Florence Pernock from Normandy found a job with a French tour operator in Ireland. We spoke to Florence to hear about her Irish experience, her advice for other jobseekers interested in working abroad, and her future plans.

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18/10/2019


European Vocational Skills Week 2019 promotes lifelong vocational education and training


From Paris to Dublin: Juliette’s story

Juliette was working in Paris when she first came across EURES. For business school graduates in France, 90% of the relevant graduate jobs are based in Paris. Juliette was looking for a change and wanted to go abroad, and having already volunteered out of the country, she decided it was time to look for a job overseas.

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13/09/2019


Translator receives a warm welcome in Estonia


6 ways the world of work is evolving


Bike mechanic enjoys new opportunities in Norway


On the road with EURES Finland


#EUmovers social media contest winners announced


German safari park teams up with EURES to hire Italian jobseekers

In February, EURES Staff from the Zentrale Auslands- und Fachvermittlung (ZAV) in Lower Saxony-Bremen, Germany, teamed up with one of Europe’s largest safari parks to host two recruitment events in Italy.

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02/05/2019


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