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If you are a young person in Europe, this is your year. The EU has designated 2022 the European Year of Youth (EYY2022), which will bring many opportunities for young Europeans. Read on to find out more.
While COVID-19 rules and regulations still vary across borders, as an employer it is important to make sure you are prepared for a return to the workplace. Here are our top five tips to welcome your employees back safely.
Wellbeing has been an increasingly popular topic throughout the pandemic as employees around the world explored a new work-life balance while working from home. Read our top five tips to ensure staff are safe and healthy after the crisis.
For many people, the advantages of working abroad are only linked to higher wages or better living standards. But gaining international experience can be a lot more beneficial than people think.
Many of us have worked from our homes throughout the pandemic, but as we look to the future, this temporary measure is becoming increasingly normal. Read our top five tips on what to think about when switching to remote working.
Today, more than ever, it is common for employers and recruiters to look up potential recruits online. Here at EURES, we have prepared a few tips to help you build and maintain a clean and professional online presence to show yourself in the best ‘virtual’ light.
Have you always dreamed of starting a business? Many of us like the idea of being our own boss, but it can be difficult to find the right business idea to pursue. Here are our top tips for developing an idea that works for you.
Are you an EU citizen or third-country national looking for a seasonal job in Germany? EURES Germany recently launched a new landing page to help answer your most important questions.
More and more surveys are showing that employees prefer hybrid working – the flexibility and possibility to split their time between the home and workplace.
Although we are living in a digital age, many job openings are still not advertised publicly. Instead, they are filled through referrals and professional networking. In this article, we will share some tips on how to be an effective online networker.