I work in europe blog

  • Romanian work migration shifts towards northern Europe

    There is a new trend in Romanian work migration abroad, according to Radu Pojoga, regional director of money-transfer platform MoneyGram for South-Eastern Europe. People who previously went to work in Spain, Italy, Greece and other Southern countries start going more to Europe’s northern countries, such as Germany, UK, Sweden, or Norway. More….

  • UK: Restrictions on recruiting nurses from overseas to be temporarily lifted

    Photo Jane Cummings, chief nursing officer Restrictions on the NHS recruiting nurses from overseas have been temporarily lifted after warnings that a crisis in medical staffing is looming this winter. The NHS Employers organisation and the heads of 10 leading trusts wrote to the Home Secretary about their concerns; and Simon Stevens, head of NHS […]

  • Nurses in the UK, recognition of diplomas for non-EU citizens

    Please click on this link to read the NHS information about recognition of your diplomas and certificates in the UK for non-EU citizens. NMC introduces new application fee for nurses and midwives trained outside the EU If you request an application pack and submit the pack to us, the NMC will charge a £110 evaluation […]

  • Registering with the Irish Nursing Board

    Ireland has many vacancies for Registered Nurses. Please click at this link. On this page, you will all the information that is needed to become a registered Nurse in Ireland. For general information, please click here.  The registration has a cost of 350 Euro. The process can take up to 6 months. The steps that you […]

  • Nurses in the UK, recognition of diplomas

    Please click on this link to read the NHS information about recognition of your diplomas and certificates in the UK. NMC introduces new application fee for EU trained nurses and midwives If you request an application pack and submit the pack to us, the NMC will charge a £110 evaluation fee. This fee has been […]

  • Youth unemployment in Europe – What to do about it?

    The figures of youth unemployment are alarming! From a mere 9% in west Europe to more than 60% in Greece…… and what can we do about it? ‘The risk of a lost generation’: what if there is no future for you in your own country? Employers: PLEASE read this document. There are EU funds available […]

  • Languages, Sprachen, talen, idiomas, γλώσσες, langues

    When you are looking for a job in another country, languages are sometimes a big hurdle. Of course, it helps when you have family or friends in your ‘new’ country, but most of the time, you feel lost without enough knowledge of the language. How do you go about this? Start learning in your home […]

  • A new job in a new country

    Many of us are looking for a job in another country. Either there is just not the right job available in your own country, or you are looking for a new challenge, somewhere else! How does this work? You have sent us your personal data after that we will get in contact with you and […]

  • Working and living in Germany

    Working in Germany

    I work in Germany German employees spend an average of 41.2 hours a week at their workplace – and are thus ranked seventh among the hardest working Europeans. This was the finding of a study from the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) in Dublin, which was published in 2008. […]