• Mobility of arts and artists in Europe


    Artists and their arts have been subject to mobility for centuries. Two recent projects had a close look at current issues and challenges in this sector.

  • EURES – a reliable partner for European call centres


    Customer support centres can be an ideal first experience of working abroad. EURES supports job seekers who want to make use of their language skills in an international environment.

  • From West to East


    Workers' mobility is far from being an East to West one-way street. Many Scandinavians found their professional fortune in one of the new EU Member States.

  • Dancing into the future


    Professional advice by EURES staff can change the sometimes disappointing experience of working abroad into a more satisfying one – as shown in the case of Gunars Peipins from Latvia.

  • Let me entertain you!


    EURES plays an increasing role in providing animators for holiday destinations in the South.

  • Young workers' exchange between Alps and seaside


    The job mobility project Europe Top Depart helped young workers from France and Greece to improve their professional qualifications and language skills.

  • Managing Mobility Matters 2006


    A brand new study by PricewaterhouseCoopers reveals that with the exception of the Nordic countries, Ireland and the UK, mobility remains disappointingly low.

  • EURES Bodensee joins forces with staff executives


    In a new approach to identify chances and obstacles on the European job market, EURES Bodensee initiated a first meeting with staff executives of the Lake Constance region.

  • Cooperation across the sea – the Helsinki-Tallinn example


    Following fifty years of separation by the Iron Curtain, the recent cooperation between the Estonian and Finnish capital regions is a story of increasing success. Not at last due to the mobile labour force.

  • Supporting mobility of women


    The new online Women Mobility Portal informs female jobseekers on how to make better use of the European job market.

  • “Europe will see an even more integrated labour market”


    Commissioner Špidla on the successful European Year of Workers’ Mobility and his vision for the European labour market.

  • “Moving to Ireland was one of the best things that ever happened to me”


    When Christos Mouzeviris from Greece started to get wanderlust and dream of broadening his horizons he turned to EURES to help him find a job in another European country. Within a month he was in Ireland in what was to become a life-changing experience.

  • A positive partnership: labour mobility between Hungary and Austria


    Following the lifting of the temporary labour market restrictions introduced after the EU’s 2004 enlargement, a significant number of Hungarians are now migrating to Austria in search of work.

  • How to assess your language skills when applying for a job


    Ever been looking for a job and realised that describing your foreign languages as being “intermediate” or “advanced” level is too vague? A new tool will now help you to better estimate your language level and thereby boost your job opportunities.

  • Europe Wants You! - a fun introduction to EURES services


    Europe Wants You! That’s the name of a new game, developed by EURES in the Netherlands to introduce EURES to young jobseekers in Europe. If you ever wondered what EURES is really all about but didn’t have the time or energy to find out, Europe Wants You! is the perfect introduction to EURES services.

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