You have been shortlisted for a job or a scholarship and now the interview is imminent. A self-confident manner will increase your chances of success. Here are some dos and don’ts for your next interview.
Internship in a different speaking region of Switzerland with Piaget Lehrstellenaustausch
Learning a new culture with LAP: the language assistence programm for students and newly graduate teachers
Whether you've just graduated or already have some work experience at home, you can make your career anywhere in Europe – if you're willing to try a new country.
Holidays can be an excellent opportunity to invest in your future career and to develop your skills, while earning some extra cash. Whether you're a student or unemployed, seasonal work might help you on your way.
We know youth unemployment in Europe is high – but almost half of all job-finders in 2010 were 19 to 29. This means around 20 million young Europeans found a job in 2010. How can you be one of them?