Finding a Job in EU

How does EURES support jobseekers?

EURES has a human network of more than 850 EURES advisers who are in daily contact with jobseekers and employers across Europe. The number of these advisers is growing. To contact a EURES adviser, jobseekers need only to talk to their local PES office or search for EURES Advisers on the EURES portal.

EURES advisers are trained specialists. As well as offering information and guidance, they provide a job-matching service, bringing together placement and recruitment for jobseekers and employers interested in the European job market. They have developed specialised expertise in the practical, legal and administrative matters relating to mobility at national and cross-border levels. They work within the Public Employment Service of each member country, or within other partner organisations in the EURES network.

How does the EURES system work for jobseekers?

The EURES portal helps jobseekers to find the opportunities available. By selecting "Search for a job" they can access job vacancies in 31 European countries updated in real time. View more »

By registering for free to "My EURES" for jobseekers they can create their CV and make it available for registered employers and for EURES advisers helping employers to find suitable candidates. View more »