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In March 2021, while most borders around the world were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jan Ciechanowicz and his family moved to Denmark from Germany to start a new chapter of their life.
Not sure if you are doing enough to impress your future employer? Read our practical guidance to make a good impression and secure your dream job.
There is still time to share your ideas for the future of the EU! But you must submit them by 20 February to feed into the discussions of the Conference on the Future of Europe (COFE) plenaries.
Over the last few years, many businesses have phased out the traditional workplace and replaced it with new, dynamic ways of working and recruiting. If you are searching for an opportunity in 2022, here are five things to remember.
As part of the European Year of Youth (EYY2022), we are taking a look at the opportunities available to young people in the EU. Traineeships are a great way to gain practical work experience, and there are plenty to choose from across Europe.
Interested in a career but not sure about university? Many industries are turning their focus from degrees towards practical skills. Check out our top 8 job opportunities that don’t require a daunting student loan!
In the summer of 2020, Tomáš and his girlfriend Lívia were eager to work abroad in the Netherlands, but were unsure how to make this a reality. The EURES network connected them with Dutch agency Flexible Human Services, who were able to help.
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.