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Europe by Rail

Europe by Rail

EU 'ready to explore'

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Europe 2020

Labour Market Intelligence: Do We Need It?

Apprenticeships and the provision of workplace training can help both young people and the unemployed

Dora Paschalidou on

Best Intern Ever

Internships, is this the new millennium’s slavery?

Exploring the discrepancy between what an internship should be and what it actually is

Fábio Paulos on

Greece

Entrepreneurship in Greece

Can Youth Entrepreneurship in Greece Be the Key to Exit the Crisis?

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

How Old Are the Employees

How Old Are the Employees

Top Tech Companies

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II Trilateral Youth Forum „Germany, Russia, Ukraine: A Common Future?“

II Trilateral Youth Forum „Germany, Russia, Ukraine: A Common Future?“

Call for Applications

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Internships in the EU

Internships in the EU

Are Young Europeans Doomed to a Life of Internships?

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European Youth Report 2015

Infographic: European Youth Report 2015

The one-third of the most educated generation in Europe is at the risk of poverty

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flags in front of European Parliament building

What it’s really like to work for international organisations – the interns speaking (Part I)

Thousands of young people dream about a career in global institutions. But is an internship the best route into employment there?

Tanya Zhekova on

International Youth Day

International Youth Day

United Nations' Message

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Experience the EU at First Hand

Experience the EU at First Hand

EU Traineeships

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Erasmus Generation

Erasmus Generation

#ErasmusGeneration

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A voice in Europe

A voice in Europe

European Wide-Unemployment Insurance

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Do You Know How Exactly It works?

Do You Know How Exactly It works?

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Albanian boat “VLORA” and Albanian emigrants that reached Italy in 1991

Don’t miss the boat...

On 8th of December the Albanian Youth marks a significant date in tribute to the Students Movement in 1990. On this date a group of students and their professors gathered in the Student’s city to start the protests that lead to the fall of communism in 1990.

Blerina Karagjozi on

The Evolution of the Workforce in Europe

The Future of the European Labour Market

A glimpse into the career world of tomorrow

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The question every job seeker faces

How to Benefit from Being Unemployed

Make the most of your job search

Lilit Mkrtchyan on

All you need to know about Generation Z

What comes after Generation Z?

Meet the millennials!

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EP Elections - What does it mean for YOUTH?

EP Elections - What does it mean for YOUTH?

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The Youth in the EU

Infographic: Everything about youth in the EU

Young People of the EU

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Are you a typical Erasmus student?

The portrait of a typical Erasmus student

The European Comission presented new Erasmus statistics

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Youth unemployment in Europe

Infographic: the growth of youth unemployment in Europe (1990-2013)

Within the last 23 years Europe has faced a visible rise of youth unemployment.

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Agenda for new skills and jobs

Agenda for new skills and jobs

Youth employement

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More Europeans live with their parents

More Europeans live with their parents

Half of Europe’s youths live with their parents, making inequality deep-rooted.

Hallvard Barbogen on

Thessaloniki - European Youth Capital 2014

Thessaloniki - European Youth Capital 2014

Every year, a European city is awarded the distinguished title of “ European Youth Capital”

Dina Rokic on

The European Capitals of Culture and Youth 2014

The European Capitals of Culture and Youth 2014

Read about the importance of the European Capital of Culture and Youth - for 2014: Riga, Umea and Thessaloniki

Ana Nedelcu on

Volunteering in Europe

Volunteering in Europe

Volunteering is becoming very popular activity among European youth: some go for it to spend a gap year, others want to gather experience in a definite field, still others volunteer …

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Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

On the 1 January 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will have the same right to work as Poles did about a decade earlier.

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The Erasmus programme: better chances for a better future

The Erasmus programme: better chances for a better future

Education, training and non-formal youth learning are essential in creating jobs and enhancing Europe’s competitiveness.

Andreea Cristina Apostol on

Student celebration traditions in Europe

Student celebration traditions in Europe

What you see on the picture above is not a demonstation or a protest, to which we Europeans got used to in recent months. This is a ceremony for freshmen …

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