Information for visitors
Are you planning on moving to one of these countries? Do you fit into one of the categories below? Then the Nordic Working EJD could be what you are looking for.
- I have specific skills and/or qualifications.
- I already have Nordic language skills.
- I’m already self-employed.
- I’m planning to start my own business.
- We are a (young) family looking for better opportunities.
- I’m looking for temporary work; I’m interested in seasonal work.
But you might ask:
- Why should I take part?
- What can I expect?
- How will it work?
- What tools will I have to use?
- What are the costs to take part?
- What can EURES offer me?
- Where do I sign up?
During this event you will be able to get in contact with 20 companies and 10 municipalities that are interested in you!
Besides general employment opportunities, this year there will be a specific focus on recruitment for jobs in the healthcare sector, particularly specialists e.g. psychiatrists and rheumatologists.
In Norway and Sweden, in particular, there are municipalities that would welcome potential inhabitants, especially people who would like to start their own businesses or buy a business and give the local economy a boost.
EURES Advisers from these countries will be online to give you information and advice about living and working in their countries.
Experienced professionals who have made the move north and are experts in the Scandinavian, Finnish and Icelandic labour markets will give presentations on the subject of European mobility. They will share their personal experiences on things like (affordable) housing and schools for your children. They will also point out the potential pitfalls that are sometimes overlooked but have to be considered when emigrating.
To take part in this free event, you only need a computer with a soundcard, if possible, a webcam and access to the internet.
Until 10 October, you can ‘visit’ the participating employers online and view their company profiles and vacancies. Besides that, you can visit the websites of the participating municipalities and find out what they can offer potential inhabitants.
Did you find any interesting vacancies or possible employment opportunities? Do you have specific questions? Then go to REGISTER NOW (free of charge)!
By uploading your CV you can participate in the chat sessions and forum discussions on 10 October from 14.00 until 20.00.
(Mind, to make the best chance to have a chat with an employer or a representative of a municipality, have your CV uploaded before 21 September.)