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Your first EURES job

Jul 5 2012 in Articles, How to apply (abroad), Info, Tips by karin

You now have the opportunity to get financial support if you apply for a job in another EU Member State. If you get a permanent job and move to another EU Member State, you have the opportunity to get financial support to get settled in your new country.   Read more here.

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Application Procedures in the EEA

Feb 24 2012 in How to apply (abroad), Tips by Louise Bach-Nielsen

This book offers an overview of each Member State, detailing the main information and essential dos and don’ts which you need to consider when applying for jobs, or recruiting from abroad. Please use link to download booklet: http://bookshop.europa.eu/en/-you-will-hear-from-us…–pbKE7809628/

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My Journey in Denmark

Jan 24 2012 in Blog, Denmark, Graduate, How to apply (abroad) by karin

I did not know what I was thinking.  I guess I thought, the transition of moving to a foreign country would be easy – but boy, was I wrong.  There were so many obstacles placed in front of me that I did not expect – from the language to housing to shopping for food, but […]

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Five Tips for Getting Jobs Abroad.

Jan 23 2012 in Graduate, How to apply (abroad), United Kingdom by Geoff Stock

The UK newspaper The Guardian published an article in July 2010 about UK graduates applying for jobs  abroad. The article covers a number of cases of UK graduates who worked abroad and finishes with five  tips for finding jobs abroad. Although these tips are aimed at UK based graduates they have a wider relevance. The five tips can […]

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How likely are Graduates to be employed?

Jan 23 2012 in Graduate, How to apply (abroad), Uncategorized, United Kingdom by Tony Vincent

The Guardian – UK based newspaper – published in July 2011 a blog entry on how likely a graduate was to be employed. It reported that for full-time first degree graduates in the UK that employment has increased from 89.9% to 90.4% between the 2008/9 and 2009/10 leavers. In addition the a survey of employers in June […]

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Danish companies with English as the corporate language

Dec 7 2011 in Blog, Denmark, How to apply (abroad) by karin

Coming to Denmark to work as a foreigner can be hard once you don’t know how to speak Danish. But more and more Danish companies use English as their main language so they are automatically more open towards non-Danish speaking employees. Check out this list of companies where English is the common language: http://www.top1000.dk/en/companies   […]

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Unsolicited Job Applications

May 17 2011 in Denmark, How to apply (abroad), Info by karin

The unsolicited job application is characterized by being the type of job application where you are the one to take the initiative. It is you who contact a certain company offering your labour. Before you apply for a job, it is important that you acquaint yourself with the company and learn about its working area […]

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Advertised Job Applications

May 17 2011 in Denmark, How to apply (abroad), Info by karin

The advertised job application is an answer to a job advert you have seen on the internet, in a newspa-per, in a specialist journal etc. Usually, the company lists a number of demands to the candidate’s quali-fications and the tasks this person should be able to handle. Remember, this list is nothing but a wish […]

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How to write a good job application – Step by step

May 17 2011 in Articles, Denmark, How to apply (abroad), Info by karin

Research and make it personal: Writing a job application is a process where you gradually get better in terms of describing and underlining your competences. Each application has to be targeted the specific job and company; standard job applications where the only difference is the name of the company are easy to spot and will […]

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