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Working in Europe - some info for people interested!

14 Jan 2007 /  #1
Hi not sure if this is right place to post this but hey (if it is sorry admin could you put in appropriate area thx)

If you are from the UK and wish to work abroad the jobcentre plus provides a range of services to help you do this. It has 22 full time European Employment Services (EURES) Advisors to offer advice and guidance on finding work in the 29 countries of the EU you can work in.

They can contactable by phone on the International Jobsearch Advice Team 0113 307 8090 (this is a Leeds West Yorkshire UK number)
or by email

EURES webpage is -- contains thousands of job vacancies in ALL the countries of the EEA (European Economic Area) you can even post your CV on here (hint some employers like a photo on the CV so they can see the person)

Also the following sites may help:

career advice at

The following information taken from the Autumn/Winter 2006 issue of Inspire available at Local JCP's in the UK
Mark3181 2 | 19  
14 Jan 2007 /  #2
Hi Telefonitika

Just read your post has given me a few other places to look if I do consider moving to Poland.
Eures is quite a useful site shame the job adverts (for other country's) can't be veiwed in your home language but hope to rectify that when I learn a bit more polish
OP telefonitika  
14 Jan 2007 /  #3
Your welcome Mark3181 thought i would give some helpful advice i came across that i am also using :) as i hope to move to Poland to live and work in next 2 years :) so i have emailed the team to put me in touch with someone to offer assistance ... plus as i am still in college till July learning Polish gives me time to learn and do research into it prior to committing to relocating :)
Mark3181 2 | 19  
16 Jan 2007 /  #4
I'm actually a Plumber In the UK so I shouldn't really have too much trouble finding a job but saving a bit of money first though but going back to krakow in March to learn some polish. I've looked into doing lessons here but no college course here in north essex and private lessons are really expensive.

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