EURES – The European Job Mobility Portal
EURES (EURopean Employment Services) and its network can help you with your search for a job across European border having in its database more than 1 million job vacancies in Europe, 760,000 CVs and around 25,000 registered employers.
EURES is a cooperation network between the European Commission and the public employment services* of the Member States of the EEA. It started its activities in 1993.
The EURES network consists of a transnational cooperation between the 27 EU countries, EEA countries (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and the remaining EFTA state (Switzerland)- and local EURES border partnerships.
EURES provides you all the information, advice and recruitment / placement. This Job Mobility Portal puts you in contact with the employers through their network of more than 850 advisers all across Europe that can help you start your career abroad by finding you a job in line with your expectations.
In European cross-border regions, EURES promotes mobility on the labor market. Among the partners within this network are public employment services, trade unions and employer associations.
The main objectives of EURES are the following:
- To provide advice and guidance to employees on work opportunities, working and living conditions in Europe (EU/EEA/Switzerland);
- To offer assistance to employers to attract workforce;
- To advise employers and workers in border regions.
EURES gives you the opportunity to upload your resume (CV) online and propose it to the employers and companies registered in the EURES database.
Additionally, guidebooks on European countries are made available with the purpose of providing practical information on the particular country that you might be interested in. These guidebooks contain the following information:
- Information on the labor market of the country:
- Short overview of the labor market
- Where the available jobs are
- Where the available workers are
- Living and working conditions of the country:
- Rules on the free movement of workers
- Finding a job
- How to move to another country
- Social security and insurance
- Information on the transitional rules governing the free movement of workers from, to and between the new member states
Click here to find the information classified by country.
*Learn more about public employment services.