Below you will find a selection of the best links to the European job market. Most sites provide jobs and information about all kind of related topics that will help you with getting the right job.
The BIG 5 Job Agencies
Career Advice gives you guidance and information on working in
Europe, finding positions, language skills needed and much more.
For each country you can also find job-hunting tips, CV advice,
details of graduate recruiters and useful links for your
Job search database run by the Inter-European Government
Employment Service lists job vacancies all over Europe. Source of
information on finding jobs abroad, trends in the European labour
market, and living and working conditions in European countries
(to be added soon).
This site can help you find a job in Brussels, the EU
institutions, or other international organisations. Search for
current vacancies in industry associations, EU institutions, law
firms, international organisations, NGOs and political
organisations, academic institutions, universities, business
schools and think tanks. Useful tips on where to look to a
This pan-European job portal allows you to search for jobs in
42 European countries according to country or sector. Submit your
CV by entering your details into online form.
A business directory. You can search this site for contact
details to various companies. It could be a good starting point
to get informed in the industry of your interest before applying
for a job!
Whether you are planning to enrol in an education or training
programme, looking for a job, or getting experience abroad, it is
important to be able to make your skills and competences clearly
understood. The Europass CV enables you to make your skills and
qualifications visible, and other Europass documents can be
attached to the CV.
Job search engine for 26 European countries. Indicate the type
of work you are interested in: au pair, IT, executive or
seasonal/summer/ski resort, and then launch your search. Each
link is well described.
Search job vacancies worldwide or post your CV online. A large
directory of sites where you can seek opportunities, from
temporary appointments to government jobs. Select a region and an
area; the result gives you links by country, comments on the jobs
databases and search engines, and the languages in which they are
A source if information on the living, working and cultural
differences you should bear in mind when moving and looking for a
job in another European country. Check the country guides for
practical cultural management and job hunting information on more
than 40 countries.
At this site students from technical universities can register
and post their CVs. The database is open for browsing by those
looking for a job or those looking for an intern.
Search Europe's career market on the Internet. You can find
job opportunities that match your qualifications and interests.
Explore by industry, location and type of employment: e.g.
graduate jobs and entry-level positions. Choose a country and
link to the local Jobpilot portal in the national language.
This site links you directly to available job announcements by
international and intergovernmental organisations. You can search
for the desired organisation on the alphabetical list or by
Job opportunities in the EU and in central and eastern
European countries. Search the database by occupational field,
location, type and level of job. Choose your home country and
link to the local StepStone portal in the national
Everything you want to know about the Competitive Recruitment
Examinations Programme of the UN: requirements for applying,
deadlines, sample examinations and useful materials.
These programmes are designed for outstanding and motivated
young individuals from around the world. If you have demonstrated
a commitment to development and the potential for leadership, and
are looking for a solid entry-level work experience in a
multicultural environment this may be the place for you!
Just graduated and looking for a first job? Search for
entry-level and other jobs at this site and find offers all over
the European Union organised by location, industry and function.
You can also register to receive job and internship opportunities
Jobs ads and resources for working and travelling in the UK
and worldwide. Source of useful information on where to find out
about visa and insurance needs, tax refunds etc.