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Hi, my name is Julio, I live in Mallorca and I am a chef. Being a chef is more than a vocation. It is a passion, it’s love, affection and all those things that women in my family added in their meals.
Youth Guarantee is a new European initiative to ensure that all youngsters under the age of 25 receive a specific and high-quality job offer before 4 months after their training or when their unemployment starts. Do you know how to access?
Looking for a job abroad for a career development is sometimes difficult from your own country of residence. Here you can find several options for establishing yourself abroad and searching there, in the country of destination, a right job for your skills.
Do you know that teleworking is a work organization system which can constitute a new alternative for the incorporation into the world of work? You only must have simple telematic means to perform your tasks
En el corazón de Europa, las instituciones europeas ofrecen un ambiente multicultural y una carrera internacional para graduados ambiciosos y competentes. Descubre cómo trabajar en la UE y darle a tu carrera un espaldarazo definitivo.
Documentation Center 14-30 Youth Space, for the Directorate General of Youth and Sports of the Community of Madrid, is a center serving youth, youth technicians and researchers of youth issues.
Have you received a strange email showing interest in yor cv? Be careful to answer these emails. There are lot of frauds increasingly circulating online looking for a new victims.
We are going to explain the different ways of working for the public sector in Spain, and try providing sources of information about the exams and competitions.
The development of professional internships after finishing college is a good choice to improve your skills and gain the experience necessary to merge the workplace.
The arrival of warm weather opens the possibility of finding work in different sectors throughout the Spanish geography. Service sector, tourism, agriculture, music festivals ... all set to create jobs.
The Third Sector need continuity so require skilled professionals. Do you like to work in this sector? We explain to you what it is, how to access it and where the highest percentage of jobs are concentrated.
Schedule the first job search is particularly recommended because when we finished training, we propose a change to something completely unknown and it is essential to be aware of this.
An au pair helps taking care of the children and do light house-woks during a maximum working time of 5 or 6 hours every and not over 30 h/week. Additional you can be asked to work as a baby sitter 2 or 3 nights/week.
Schools safeguard the compliance of a proper professional work with the defence of their members’ interests, regulating thus the practise of professions and their exclusive performance.
A personalized and original resume will increase your possibilities in relation to other candidates. Do you know how to do it?
When you are looking for a job, a document recommended that contributes by the CV is the Cover Letter or the Letter of Motivation. With it you will try to create interest in your CV for the person receiving your application.
The European Union offers us a universe of opportunities of all kind and is the chosen destination by the majority of young people who want to have an experience of international mobility
This article tries to provide some basic foundations to construct an attractive and interesting CV
Often not enough to send resume to cultural sector companies when looking for a job.
Monitor and / or Coordinator of leisure time professional activity, is a very demand occupation by young people.
In this time of the year, there are more job vacancies in bars, restaurants, music festivals and summer camps, both for part-time and full-time jobs. It is a good opportunity to start introducing you in the working world obtaining a valuable experience and earning some money or learning a foreign language without spending much money.
Working holidays can be good to learn something about what you're going to do in the future or what you would like to do to complete your training. Besides allowing you to earn money and learn another language and get to know another country.
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