EURES

Posted on 05 February 2007 by Steven

Hello, EC nationals should know about EURES !

The main function of the EURES network of public employment services, which was established to facilitate the freedom of movement of workers in the 18 states of the European Economic Area (EEA), is to inform potentially mobile workers about job opportunities and living and working conditions within the EEA. There are nearly 500 EURES network advisers throughout the territory of the EEA whose job is to help with questions concerning freedom of movement for workers.
You can contact them in two ways: through your national employment office; through the EURES website (the organisation is based in Brussels).

Also, it is often possible to ind a job through the local press (I did) :
Many Swiss daily newspapers and magazines regularly include details of vacancies in their region through job-opportunities inserts or periodic special supplements – for instance: the jobs insert of the newspaper Tages-Anzeiger (Tuesdays and Thursdays), the jobs insert of Bund (Wednesdays), the “Emploi et formation” supplement of the newspaper Le Temps (Fridays), the “Emploi” supplement of the newspaper 24heures (Thursdays). Good luck.

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