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Working in Europe

By September 6, 2022April 18th, 2024No Comments
Work in Europe

Have you ever considered working in another European Country?

Working abroad will take you out of your comfort zone and open up opportunities to gain new experiences and develop new skills. Working abroad will show future employers that you are adaptable, brave and have life experience. There are thousands of job opportunities across Europe and not all jobs require proficiency in the native language – keep reading and discover more…….

If you want to find out more about working in Europe, you canĀ  chat online to a trained Youth Information Officer or leave us a message and we can get back to you.

Publication – working in Europe.

We have produced a 4 page publication (simply press on the link) that explores:

  • the employment opportunities in Europe

  • highlights the benefits of working abroad
  • outlines job hunting websites and what supports are out there to help you achieve this goal
  • also included are online tools to record/express the skills you have gained
  • and it reflects on the Careers of the Future.

Podcasts – working in Europe

Here is a series of podcasts produced by Europe Direct Blanchardstown on Employment in the EU for young people – well worth a listen!

Volunteering in Europe with Amy Collins – talks about the skills gained and future work options generated through her voluntary opportunities at home and abroad

My Volunteer Experience with Marie Conte (VSI) – talks about how her voluntary experience has helped her in her career goals

Employment Skills with Jill Barrett from The Head Coach Part 1 – talks about young people need to increase their chance of employment

Growth Careers with Joe O’Connor talks about which careers could be the ‘growth careers’ of the future

Need more information?

If you want to find out more about working in Europe, you canĀ  chat online to a trained Youth Information Officer or leave us a message and we can get back to you.

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