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18 March 2019

EURES Germany organises unique event for aspiring orchestral musicians

(From ec.europa.eu ) One only needs to look at the names of the musicians in these orchestras to see that the job market for professionals is an international one. With its numerous prestigious music colleges, Germany is also an attractive place to study music. However, the international nature of the industry means that those who study in Germany may need to be open to moving abroad for work. In order to prepare up-and-coming musicians for this possibility as early on in their career as possible, theZAV-Künstlervermittlung(the German Federal Employment Agency’s Placement Service for...
24 July 2018

Europe offers tourism job opportunities all year round

(From ec.europa.eu ) There are many tourism opportunities across the EU, from coastal and mountain destinations to popular cities. The sector supports 25 million jobs directly and indirectly in Europe. It’s the largest employer of young people, migrants, part-time workers and women, as pointed out by the European Commission and the International Labour Organization (ILO) . Requiring varying degrees of skills, tourism offers such workers a quick entry and/or re-entry route into the workforce. According to the latest data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the United Nations agency...
26 April 2018

Peer review on 'Work-capacity assessment and employment of persons with disabilities', Riga, Latvia, 26-27 April 2018

The peer review will be hosted by the Latvian Ministry of Welfare and discuss approaches for assessing and establishing work-capacity or disability, measures to improve labour market integration of persons with disabilities and the role of labour market i...
05 December 2017

Disadvantaged groups in the labour market: OECD/EU report marks added value of entrepreneurship

Policy measures to facilitate entrepreneurship among disadvantaged groups can help create jobs and tackle social exclusion, according to The Missing Entrepreneurs 2017, a joint report by the OECD and European Commission.
28 November 2017

President Juncker and Prime Minister Löfven present way forward after the Social Summit

Less than two weeks after the Social Summit, which took place on 17 November in Gothenburg, European Commission President Juncker and Swedish Prime Minister Löfven take stock of its outcome. The concluding report published today will serve to frame the fo...

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