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Why you should consider a skilled trades job
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Skilled trades are responsible for most of the things we rely on to live, work and play. In a world still mostly oriented towards white collar jobs, why should you pursue a career in a skilled trade sector?

  • 2 min read
Enter the EURES30 video competition and win a trip to Bratislava!
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EURES is celebrating 30 years of high-quality job mobility services with the vision to make Europe an inviting career destination for young jobseekers. The #EURES30 Youth Video Competition aims to take you one step closer to your dream job.

  • 2 min read
Do you have a virtual job interview? Here’s how to ace it
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Have you been invited to attend a virtual job interview? While the same preparation guidelines generally apply to physical and virtual interviews, there are a few things you need to pay special attention to for the latter.

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The rise of multicultural teams: how to ensure they are successful
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The digital revolution and the normalisation of remote work have significantly altered the way we collaborate within and across organisations. The prevalence of cross-cultural teams is rising fast, giving new meaning to how teamwork is carried out.

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Want to make your cover letter stand out? Here’s how
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The era of digital recruitment is here, and employers are receiving more responses to their job postings than ever before. What can you do to help boost your application to the top of the selection list? The answer may lie in the cover letter.

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Striking the right balance between work and personal time
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The average person will spend about one third of their lifetime working. With the lines between work and play becoming more and more blurred, it is important to figure out ways to keep those 90 000-odd hours from seeping into the rest of our lives.

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