EURES’ services are comprehensive and available to all European jobseekers – before, during, and after their job search. They address every aspect of living and working abroad, from providing career guidance, reviewing and translating CVs, analysing offers, and facilitating videoconferencing for interviews, to providing information on the European labour market, giving legal and social security advice, organising job fairs, and advising on training, language learning, and funding opportunities – to name just a few!
If you plan to start your professional career, find a new job, or a training opportunity in another country of the European Economic Area (EEA) and/or Switzerland, have a look at this section.
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