Kicking off our list is the story of Spanish nursing assistant Cristina, who found work in Germany thanks to the Your first EURES Job scheme.
EURES Romania’s participation in Germany’s vocational training programme for young people is the subject of article number 9.
Number 8 shares how EURES is supporting the recruitment efforts of Blue Ocean Robotics, a global leader in the robot industry.
Number 7 on our list looks at why joining a startup can be a great career move.
Florian, the winner of the #YourCareerMove quiz, shares his hopes for the future in article number 6.
Coming in at number 5 is our list of the ICT skills it might be worth investing some time in.
We offers 6 tips to turn you into a Microsoft Word master in article number 4.
A popular topic and one that will hopefully boost your employment potential – our list of LinkedIn top tips lands at number 3.
Just missing out on the top spot is our article on how the European Commission is supporting entrepreneurs and the self-employed.
And at number 1, making it the most popular article of 2018, is the story of how EURES Portugal and EURES Bulgaria are collaborating on farming and agriculture recruitment.
So there you have it: the top 10 articles of 2018. It’s been a great 12 months and make sure you stay tuned for more inspirational articles from the EURES community in 2019!
Living and Working Conditions in EURES countries
EURES Jobs Database
EURES services for employers
EURES Events Calendar
Upcoming Online Events
EURES on Facebook
EURES on Twitter
EURES on LinkedIn
- Publication date
- 20 December 2018
- European Labour Authority | Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
- Business / EntrepreneurshipEURES best practiceEURES trainingExternal EURES newsExternal stakeholdersHints and tipsInternal EURES newsLabour market news / mobility newsNews/reports/statisticsRecruiting trendsSocial mediaSuccess storiesYouth
- Related section(s)
- Living and Working
- Accomodation and food service activitiesActivities of extraterritorial organisations and bodiesActivities of households as employers, undifferentiated goods- and servicesAdministrative and support service activitiesAgriculture, forestry and fishingArts, entertainment and recreationConstructionEducationElectricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supplyFinancial and insurance activitiesHuman health and social work activitiesInformation and communicationManufacturingMining and quarryingOther service activitiesProfessional, scientific and technical activitiesPublic administration and defence; compulsory social securityReal estate activitiesTransportation and storageWater supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activitiesWholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles