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
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?
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.