Alessio Pisanò | Total EU
Brussels is a cosmopolitan city with a European and international character, home to the main institutions of the European Union. The European Commission, the European Council, and the European Parliament are all based in the city, attracting a large community of diplomats, public officials, and journalists.
Noémie: from France to Ireland
Noémie Falzon's story takes us to a country in the European Union that we have not yet explored: Ireland. A country at the western end of Europe, and the second-largest island on the continent (after Great Britain).
Davide Ret | Technischen Universität Wien
We took you to Germany, Spain, Netherland, and Denmark. We talked with young jobseekers, employers, and managers. Today, we move to Austria, in a slightly different context, and we meet Prof. Davide Ret, a university researcher in Vienna, for a new interview.
EURES TMS means new stimuli, challenges, and experiences
The story of Antonio Mangiapane the protagonist of the mobility story we are going to tell you takes us from Palermo, our young engineer's birthplace, to Germany.
Sara’s traineeship in Barcellona
Sara Rizzotti is one of many young people who benefited from the EURES TMS work mobility programme to complete a traineeship.
Besim’s experience in Trier
Besim's life proves how mobility, work related and not, might represent an opportunity.
Fabio in Madrid
Changing life, recreating a context, means using all your willpower: my advice is therefore not to be afraid, but rather challenge your fears and when this happens, things can only go well!
I realized my dream of working in Berlin.
I think that the context in which to look for job opportunities for my generation is no longer our city or our country - he tells us -, the right context is Europe.
Tie your shoes well and leave!
Thanks to this job mobility project, I have made new friends all over Europe, and I have established an excellent relationship with employers.
I am very grateful to have found a placement through this project!
With the help of this TMS project, I finally found a job offer that was really appealing to me
“… was really my first job ever!”
My advice to those who want to have a mobility experience in Europe and have some doubts? Go “against” yourself!
Curiosity has determined the choices of my life
I would like to say to all young people who are thinking of having a mobility experience in Europe, to look every day for new opportunities and, above all, not to be afraid
Opportunities can arise at a job fair
I met EURES during the Pordenone Fair, an annual fair for graduates and for all young looking for a first or a new job
The mobility of ideas
... we strongly believe in people’s mobility. YfEj 6.0 is an initiative that favors the field of research. This field relies greatly on the mobility of workers, because 'worker mobility' means 'mobility of ideas'.
Maria Elena’s Smile
The YfEj Adviser who was following me, contacted me to find out how the interview had gone and continued to give me timely information on all activities: fortunately I have been tutored by an extraordinary person who helped me for a few months so as to facilitate my integration.
Alberto and Leonidas
“For those like me who want to work in the promotion of cultural heritage, this experience abroad with YfEj is something that ‘sets you apart’ and is, above all, essential because only by working away from home, you can know the international market and other cultures”