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Slovak job centres offering over 500 jobs in the EU via EURES

Slovak job centres are currently offering more than 500 vacancies in other EU-member states for unemployed Slovaks via the EURES project, which is run by the European Commission under the remit of the Slovak Labour, Social Affairs and the Family Centre. The highest numbers of jobs are located in Germany (228) and Spain (100). Dozens of free positions are also on offer in Great Britain and the Netherlands, the TASR newswire wrote.

Slovak job centres are currently offering more than 500 vacancies in other EU-member states for unemployed Slovaks via the EURES project, which is run by the European Commission under the remit of the Slovak Labour, Social Affairs and the Family Centre. The highest numbers of jobs are located in Germany (228) and Spain (100). Dozens of free positions are also on offer in Great Britain and the Netherlands, the TASR newswire wrote.

Foreign companies are especially interested in employees in the spheres of manufacturing, health care and social care. Long-term demand is reported for caregivers in German-speaking countries. Slovaks can also find jobs in hotels, restaurants, trading activities, research and development.

(Source: TASR)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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