• Sharp as nails: one carpenter’s targeted search for work abroad


    Find out how EURES helped Romanian Daniel Voinea to find work, accommodation and friends in the Swedish forest.

  • Choosing the right approach


    EURES is the place to look for a whole range of exciting and sometimes unusual jobs, as a Czech teacher discovered when he found – and filled – a EURES vacancy for a seasonal tourist guide on a Finnish husky dog farm.

  • White wedding: finding love by the glacier


    When George Chatzimanolis from Crete used his language skills and tourism sector experience to find work in Tyrol, Austria, he didn’t realise that his life would change in more ways than one…

  • Leonardo – Vocational training in Europe


    Could the Leonardo programme be just what you need? Since 2000, a whopping 450,000 people have been supported by the EU in getting professional training abroad. Why not be the next to benefit?

  • EUROPEAN JOB DAYS 2011 Your job in Europe


  • A cartoon turned reality


    What do you wear to go to work? Bets are that your outfit doesn’t involve large, furry ears. Find out how a Portuguese tourist guide broadened her horizons via a collaboration between Euro Disney and EURES…

  • Horse seeks groom


    After the booming Irish horseracing industry exhausted the domestic labour market, EURES stretched out to Central Europe in search of competent staff for the sector.

  • Leonardo at work in Spain


    A successful collaboration between EURES and ‘the Leonardo da Vinci’ project boosted a young Italian graduate with his heart set on a career in the humanitarian sector on his way.

  • Bienvenue en France


    Keeping an eye on vacancies posted on the EURES website pays off – a Slovakian metalworker looking for better pay found himself in the south of France with a full range of accommodation and language lesson benefits.

  • Open minds open doors: How EURES can help broaden your choices


    The sheer range of options available to workers in an enlarged Europe – countries, job sectors, lifestyles – can be intimidating. EURES Advisers helped a German lawyer with wanderlust in her blood discover where her skills and aspirations could lead her.

  • Job Mobility Action Plan helps people ‘on the move’


    The European Commission takes concrete steps to encourage labour mobility - with EURES playing an active role.

  • From start to Finnish: When age and experience bring advantages


    A 44 year-old Polish jobseeker gets a new job in Finland, but doesn’t bargain on learning the sophisticated language, finding such good new friends, and enjoying hot saunas to boot!

  • Heading north: the hidden cosmopolis of Stavanger, Norway


    EURES Advisers can help jobseekers in their new country both socially as well as professionally, as Spaniard Adelaida Ures found when she built a new life in Norway.

  • French Connection in Pavia


    On joining her boyfriend in Pavia, Italy a 28 year-old French nurse spots and gets her dream job with the help of EURES.

  • A Bohemian rhapsody: workers set a shining example


    A successful recruitment strategy helped Crystalex — the largest Czech producer of household glass — maintain its 40-year tradition of producing high-quality crystal and glassware.

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