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Based in the heart of Europe, the European Union institutions offer a multi-cultural environment and an international career to ambitious and capable graduates. Find out how you can work for the EU and give your career a definite boost.
The Youth Guarantee ensures that all young people under 25 get a good-quality, concrete offer within 4 months of leaving school or becoming unemployed.
Making it easier to search and apply for a job in another EU 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.
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.
Passionate about international development with ambitions to become a global leader in future? Take the first step by applying for the World Bank Youth Professional Program.
Although youth unemployment may be quite high, there were more than 1,7 million job vacancies in Europe during the second quarter of 2013. How can one of them be yours?
As an au pair – a temporary member of a guest family – you can gain work and life experience in another culture.