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Dwudziestu uczniów Zespołu Szkół numer l w Nowej Dębie sprawdziło jak wygląda praca w hotelarstwie we włoskim Rimini.
36 uczniów Zespołu Szkół Budowlanych przebywało latem w Magdeburgu w Niemczech. Tam młodzi radomianie poznawali, jakie są nowe potrzeby rynku budowlanego.
Or a survival guide for trainees carrying out mobilities to serve a placement in Spain.
Do you have the impression that Polish youth are in the worst situation? Then you have another think coming… because the majority of statistics paint a very different picture.
Polish employers particularly value hard skills, although in other countries it is soft skills that are of bigger importance – that is what has become apparent after research done on job advertisements posted on adzuna.pl by employers.
Are you about to graduate or have you just graduated and you do not know what to do next? There is so much talk about unemployment. Maybe it is a good idea to have a gap year and see the world? If you do not have money for that, you can benefit from training abroad.
Half of your friends have already left for England or Ireland. They work there, but the decision has been a costly one. And you can leave abroad at the expense of the EU. You can go for two months or a year and learn a language there.
Jak co roku, Komitet Regionów UE zaprasza absolwentów studiów wyższych z Europy i spoza niej na krótkoterminowe wizyty studyjne. To doskonała okazja, by zdobyć doświadczenie zawodowe w wydziałach Komitetu.
Europejski Komitet Ekonomiczno-Społeczny (EESC) zaprasza na niepłatne staże dla absolwentów oraz studentów uczelni wyższych, dla których odbycie stażu jest warunkiem zdobycia dyplomu.
The Council of Europe offers two traineeship sessions each year, lasting from eight weeks to five months. Traineeships take place in March/July, September/January.
The latest ABLS report on the modern service sector explicitly identifies Poland as the most dynamically developing country in Central and Eastern Europe. Service centres are becoming the main place of employment for young Poles
Growing unemployment results in fierce competition among job seekers. Exchanges and internships abroad allow for gaining new experience and boost employability
Students coming from EU countries can take up employment without any limitations while studying in Poland. Polish law allows for employing junior workers (aged 16 – 18), but additional requirements apply in such cases.
Combining learning and work or participation in practical training or placements is more and more a necessity. According to specialists, only this way young people can prepare for entering the labour market and boost their employment prospects.