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- 08/02/2020 - 09/02/2020
Is this the key to European mobility? – Denmark’s strategy focuses on family focused opportunities
Moving to another European Member State to find work is becoming increasingly common thanks in part to the opportunities presented by the EURES network. However, typically, a career move is driven by one person’s desire to find a better job. Lesser emphasis is placed on the opportunities for spouses and other partners.
The important role of trust in delivering effective career support
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of EURES, the network is showcasing its continuous growth and achievements. In all her years working with EURES, Martina Vidaković has been building relationships with both jobseekers and employers in Croatia. She explains the important role trust has played in allowing them to continue offering high-quality service.
Vocational education and training in a nutshell
As a young jobseeker, aspiring apprentice or potential employer, you’ve probably come across the term ‘VET’ before. It’s a popular acronym within the world of employment, but what does it actually mean for young people and businesses? In honour of EURES’ 25th birthday, we’re going to answer that question.
Four ways studying abroad could enhance your career
Studying abroad is a great way to immerse yourself in new cultures, learn new languages and meet new people. But it can also really benefit your career in the short- and long-term. How? We’ve summarised some of the main points below.
Conference celebrates 15 years of EURES supporting jobseekers and employers in Poland
The 25th anniversary of EURES also marks 15 years since Poland joined the EURES network back in 2004. To celebrate this, the Regional Labour Office in Poznań organized the ’25th EURES Anniversary in the EU / 15th EURES Anniversary in Poland’ Conference.
EURES event in Rome celebrates successful completion of European Solidarity Corps initiative
Back in 2017, the European Union introduced an initiative to create opportunities for young people to work or volunteer in projects around Europe that focus on benefiting both communities and people.
GrensWerk event allows Dutch and German jobseekers to experience the workplace using virtual reality
As part of Die Tolle Woche (The Great Week), the Dutch-German employment office, GrensWerk, travelled around the border region giving students an opportunity to experience the workplace in virtual reality (VR).
EURES helps Croatian university graduate build career abroad
When Veno Bojanovsky decided he wanted to broaden his horizons, he contacted EURES who helped him make plans to experience a different culture while developing his career prospects.
Preparing for the future of skills
Technological advances such as automation, artificial intelligence and robotics are having a profound impact on the workplaces of today and the future. Skills needs are changing, and both the EU and national governments have responded with a wide range of initiatives. But what do workers themselves think about the situation?
Top tips for boosting your business
EURES has been providing support and advice to businesses and organisations across Europe for the last 25 years. In this article, we’ve pulled together our top tips in the areas of the workplace, websites and social media.
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