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How to create the perfect LinkedIn profile
LinkedIn is regularly used by 90% of recruiters and now has over 610 million members, making it the perfect place to search for jobs and career contacts. In this article, we’ll give you some tips for creating the complete LinkedIn profile.
Translator receives a warm welcome in Estonia
The Welcoming Programme is Estonia’s way of helping expats to adapt to their new country once they’ve arrived. We recently caught up with one of those expats – Oksana Nesmiian, a translator and language teacher from Ukraine – to find out more about her experience with the programme and her new life in Estonia.
6 ways the world of work is evolving
Technological advances, scientific discoveries and changing consumer demands have transformed today’s labour market. But what does the future hold until 2022?
7 signs that you could be an entrepreneur at heart
Entrepreneurs can be any size, age, gender or nationality, but the most successful share certain characteristics. In this article, we explore these characteristics and help you to identify whether you’re an entrepreneur at heart.
6 tips for studying abroad in Europe
There’s a range of opportunities to study abroad in Europe to suit everyone. Going abroad can be intimidating, but you can learn so much from the experience. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your study abroad experience.
6 steps to starting a professional career abroad: Part 3
The final part of our three-part series looks at the important points to consider when planning to move abroad and settling in a new country.
6 steps to starting a professional career abroad: Part 2
The second part of our three-part series explores what to look out for when applying for a job abroad, and offers some guidance on interview preparation.
6 steps to starting a professional career abroad: Part 1
Leaving your studies behind and deciding to work abroad is one thing. Actually making it happen can seem a bit intimidating at first. In this three-part series, we break down the process of starting a career abroad into six steps to help you succeed.
Going Dutch: tips for working in the Netherlands
If you’re a welder, auditor, district nurse or programmer, there might be work for you in the Netherlands. These are all professions in high demand in the country, and EURES can help you find the perfect job.
5 tips for when you’re starting your career
You’ve just secured your first job – congratulations! Starting a career is exciting, but it can also be a bit intimidating. You may face a learning curve, so here are some tips to ease you into work and help you get the most out of your career!
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