• Europass CV: Your passport to working in Europe


    So you want to work in another European country? The Europass Curriculum Vitae (CV) is just what you need to get started in your job search. With this CV you can promote your skills and competences in a standardised style and format. And what’s more, it’s completely free to use and recognised in 32 countries in Europe.

  • EURES celebrating Europe day


    On 9 May 1950 the first steps were taken towards the creation of what is now the European Union. To mark this event, people all over Europe celebrate the fundamental values of peace and solidarity that constitutes the EU, on 9 May each year. Being a European network, EURES takes part in the festivities.

  • PLOTEUS: a one-stop shop for information online


    Looking for a work placement to boost your experience? Or wondering whether to study in another European country? A period abroad can improve your chances of finding a job in the future. It shows potential employers that you are able to work with diverse teams, motivated to learn a new language and it broadens your awareness of different cultures.

  • B:TECH delighted with the EURES service


    Czech company B:TECH is currently on a recruitment drive. In April 2011 they opened up a number of vacancies to candidates from other countries in Europe. They have also enlisted the help of their local EURES Adviser in Jihlava.

  • Latvians interested in working in Germany on the rise


    Germany and Austria are the last two countries to lift their restrictions on workers from Eastern and Central Europe, joining the EU in 2004. The end of the transitional rules on labour mobility creates new opportunities for workers to find a job abroad and for employers to recruit without asking for a work permit.

  • Youth@work on tour through Europe


    Youth@Work was launched on 29 April 2011, during the European Job Day for Youth in Budapest, Hungary. The Youth@Work action will bring young people together with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Both have an important role to play in driving Europe’s economic recovery.

  • Symbolic boat trip on the Danube from Vienna to Bratislava


    The event “Labour Market without Borders - All Together Now” celebrated the end of the transitional rules for labour mobility for the eight EU Member States that joined EU in 2004.

  • EURES a source of experienced European employees


    Every year Hannover, Germany, plays host to the largest trade show in Europe. Around 6 500 companies from the fields of innovation, development and industry gather under one roof. In April 2011, EURES Germany went along to promote its services to companies and jobseekers.

  • A day in the life of ... a European Job Day coordinator


    European Job Days provide the perfect occasion for jobseekers to meet employers and find out what opportunities are available in other European countries. For EURES Advisers, the ultimate aim of a Job Day is to match mobile European citizens with jobs.

  • The European labour market is for everyone


    Ask Andersen, a Danish politician who strives to improve the rights of people with disabilities through his work in the European Economic and Social Committee, is visually impaired. This has not prevented him from having an international career, studying in Ireland and working as a policy officer in Belgium.

  • Transition rules for EU workers end on 1 May


    From 1 May 2011 citizens from eight countries joining the European Union in 2004 will be free to work in any European Member State, as the last remaining restrictions are lifted.

  • Hundreds of Spanish workers head to Switzerland


    Over 4 000 construction workers from all over Spain gathered in Madrid in March 2011 for the EURES Job Days recruitment event. They were hoping to land one of the hundreds of vacancies offered by the four major recruitment companies present.

  • Get ready for seasonal job opportunities


    Summer is on its way and with it comes a new raft of seasonal jobs available only for a short time period. EURES can help you make the most of these opportunities.

  • Austria recruits hotel staff in the Canary Islands


    EURES advisers help Austrian tourism companies to recruit hotel staff in the Canary Islands for the winter season, easing unemployment on the islands.

  • EURES helps German jobseekers find new opportunities in the Swiss countryside


    Many vacancies in the tourism sector go unfulfilled each year – hence a new cooperation allowing German jobseekers to meet potential employers, with the help of EURES.

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