Young interns who work in EU institutions in Brussels want to be paid for their work. They have been protesting and lobbying for months and have even brought the case to the court. What are their complaints about and will Brussels accommodate their demands?
Maybe these are the words some people will hear in 10 or 20 years if they try to apply for the jobs we see all around us today. IT development and globalization will take many of these positions off the market. We have made a list of the careers most likely to disappear and what lies behind it.
If you haven't found the job of your dreams yet, then the search for a new place of employment is relevant for you more than ever. But how to find a suitable vacant position, if the labor market in your country or even in your city is limited, and you don't want to relocate to another city? What is the reason behind your bad luck? Maybe, you are too fastidious or have very little knowledge of yourself.
During the upcoming summer holiday we will be bringing you tips for temporary student jobs. Our aim is to inspire you during these few months to find the fun job that will also look impressive on your CV. And who knows, maybe it will open the way to a job for next summer as well. So check out the article below and find out more about the first part, covering summer festivals.
What comes to mind when you hear the term „Body Part Model“? Certainly not classic modeling, because it does not include the usual array of skills and attributes typical for models. However, there are advertisements for products which need only certain parts of the human body. Let‘s start with the most obvious - hands, legs, lips, ears, hair, eyes ... and we could go on, because there are supposedly 250 different parts of the body for which people are paid as a models.
Decades after Mahatma Ghandi coined the phrase: “Let’s be the change we wish to see in the future”, that citation is being used to make a difference in the lives of young Namibians. The Namibia National Youth Council has taken the initiative of fostering change amongst the youth of Namibia by implementing various projects designed to create employment.
When your neighbor loses his job, it’s a recession. When you lose your job, it’s a depression. This is how some humorous economists have described the financial crisis that hit the globe almost a decade ago. But the joke might not be so funny to millions of young Europeans who, due to the crisis, have been unemployed for years and have few prospects of finding decent jobs soon.
The European Union Office in Kosovo is offering six-month-long unpaid internship program to young university graduates from 28 EU member states. The deadline for submitting applications for the next cycle from April to September 2016 is December 31, 2016.
A business idiom says that every circumstance may be turned to one’s advantage. High unemployment rates are no exception. The following overview describes unfair, though commonplace, practices that feed off of high unemployment and may also cause it to enter into a vicious circle. Beware of them during your next job interview.
Interns at Google bring questions and build answers. Google offers a range of internships across EMEA countries and durations and start dates vary according to a project and location. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and companies recruitment team will determine where you fit best based on your CV. Deadline to apply is December 1. All hiring will be complete by the end of May 2016.