How to find a job abroad?

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Other networks and services in the field of European mobility

Subject: Working in another EU country

Besides EURES, the following European mobility networks may also be of interest: Your Europe, Your Europe Advice, SOLVIT, Directorate-General for Education and Culture, Europass, Euroguidance, Enterprise Europe Network, European small business portal.

Your Europe

The Citizens section of this site gives practical information about moving, living, working and studying in another European country. It includes tips on vehicle registration, health cover and con­sumer protection. A separate Business section offers a practical guide to doing business in Europe. http://europa.eu/youreurope/index.htm

Your Europe Advice

If you have a question about your EU rights, Your Europe Advice is a team of independent legal experts who can provide free and personalised advice in your language, within a week. They can also clarify the European law that applies in your particular case. http://europa.eu/youreurope/advice

SOLVIT

Citizens or businesses may encounter problems in their dealings with other EU countries due to the misapplication of EU rules. This online network exists to resolve such problems - for exam­ple obtaining a residence permit, getting your professional qualifications recognised, or with social security, work or tax rights - without legal proceedings. http://ec.europa.eu/solvit

Directorate-General for Education and Culture

From 2014, up to 5 million people could have the chance to study or train abroad with a grant from Erasmus for all, a programme that brings together EU and international schemes covering educa­tion, training, youth and sport. http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus-for-all

Europass

Europass documents enable students and jobseekers to present their skills and qualifications to organisations and recruiters in other countries.

http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu

Euroguidance

This network of careers guidance bodies helps promote learning opportunities across Europe. http://www.euroguidance.net

Enterprise Europe Network

This network helps small businesses to get the most out of the European marketplace. Employ­ers can find out how to expand a business, source new technologies and access EU funding and financial information. http://een.ec.europa.eu

European small business portal

This website provides information on, and for, small- and medium-sized enterprises, including pol­icy issues, practical advice and local contact points. http://ec.europa.eu/small-business



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