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  • Dutch entrepreneur lives the European dream


    Ruud Minnebraueker can’t stop looking for new business ideas. After 22 years working in local government as an IT technician in the Netherlands, he is now showing his true entrepreneurial spirit – in Sweden. What started with a dream of owning a holiday home to escape the city is set to grow into a nationwide franchise business.

  • “There are no lazy people, just people lacking goals”


    Job coach and owner of MyLifeAcademy, Claudiu Moldovan works with EURES in Malmö, Sweden coaching the country’s unemployed youth to find work in Europe. In a country where unemployment among the under 25s currently stands at 25 %*, job coaching can provide a lifeline for vulnerable youngsters trying to get that elusive first job.

  • EURES helps jobseekers expand their horizons


    EURES Advisers organise a series of events throughout the year bringing jobseekers and companies together. EURES Portugal has taken this one step further. Since 2007, EURES Advisers there have been working closely with partners in other countries to organise a series of “country days”.

  • Germany set to attract Portuguese nurses


    It’s no longer only doctors that are highly sought after in the health sector across the EU. Nurses are now increasingly in demand on the European labour market. In Germany, the demand is so high that hospitals are willing to pay for the necessary language training in order to successfully integrate non-native German speaking nurses.

  • Grundtvig offers practical learning for adults


    Grundtvig helps adults to undertake new learning experiences in another European country. In this way, a jobseeker can increase its attractiveness to employers and continue to gain new skills throughout their professional life.

  • Getting your qualifications recognised in Europe


    Just finished your studies and looking for a job elsewhere in Europe? Or perhaps you’ve been working for a while and want to move to another European country? But how do you ensure that your academic qualifications are recognised in another country? That’s when NARIC can help.

  • Dutch employer tops up summer workforce via EURES


    Chef and entrepreneur Cees Snijders had begun to question how he could hire enough seasonal staff for the busy summer months at his pizza restaurant and hotel in Zeeland, Holland. After a recommendation from his local employment agency, EURES provided the answer.

  • EURES – helping graduates find work in Europe


    Just graduated? Eager to find your first job? Thinking about working in another European country? Your local EURES Adviser can help you find out what opportunities are available throughout Europe.

  • Expect the unexpected with the European Health Insurance Card


    So your bags are packed and you’re ready to move abroad for studies, tourism or a posted work assignment. But what about your health insurance? Make sure you don’t leave home without your European Health Insurance Card.

  • New video explains your social security rights in Europe


    Are you about to move to another country in Europe and wondering which country would be responsible for your social security benefits? The European Commission launched a video in June 2011 on “Moving within Europe”, which it hopes will make it easier to understand your social security rights.

  • European Job Fair for the Youth in Hungary


    Hungary played host to a European Job Fair with a difference this April. The event expressly targeted young people and included the first outing of the EU’s Youth@Work campaign.

  • EURES helps toast intern’s success in Italy


    A request sent to her local EURES Adviser in Hungary gave Dalma Ditroi the experience of a lifetime. Dalma had just finished a Bachelor’s degree in Horticultural Studies in her native Hungary, and had set her sights on a Master’s degree in the art of making wine – oenology.

  • Medical doctors in demand on the European labour market


    Orthopaedics, anaesthesiology, trauma emergency surgery and gastroenterology… the lack of medical doctors with specialist knowledge seems to be chronic in Sweden. Indeed, the country has been actively recruiting medical personnel with these expertises from other European countries since 1999. To help ease the pain, EURES Sweden has helped to recruit over 700 doctors during this time.

  • EURES – a possible resource for SMEs


    The European Union’s 23 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) constitute 99 % of the EU’s businesses. Entrepreneurs who are looking to recruit, move or expand their activities in other European countries could benefit from the services of EURES.

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