Glasgow Thistle Hotel (link to map showing event location)
Thursday 29th march 2012
A European Jobs Day (EJD) is an event held throughout the Member States of the European Economic Area (EEA). Its aim is to promote opportunities to work or volunteer elsewhere in Europe. The target groups are the unemployed, students, graduates, school leavers and job changers. EJDs are held in major european cities throughout autumn and spring.
The event is for people out of work and people looking to develop their careers. It aims to channel them to new sources of information on working abroad, volunteering, improving skills and ultimately improving their employability. It can help to match those who cannot find work in the UK with jobs and opportunities abroad.
If you cannot attend the event in person you can still access information and publications about opportunities on the dedicated European Online Job Day (EOJD) website www.eojd.eu.
You can find more information about the event by clicking the EJD logo above or this link to the EJD leaflet for the event.
For more information on this, or any other European Union matter, just contact the Maps, Official Publications & Statstics Unit of the library.
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