Students have an unrealistic expectation of their job prospects on graduating, a British survey has found. The Student Employability Index, which questioned 4,000 students at 20 universities, finds amost three-quarters (79%) expect to be in a graduate-level job within six months. But government figures show that only only around half (53%) of those who graduated within the past five years are in such jobs.
Austria is different. Austrians speak German, but they are very different from their neighbours. It is a small but very strong country, in sports, economic wise and also in tourism. EU/EEA/Swiss nationals are entitled to work in Austria without a work permit, but must register with the local authority on their arrival in the country. All other foreign nationals must obtain a work permit before being allowed to take up employment in Austria.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a cross-border exchange programme which gives new or aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to learn from experienced entrepreneurs running small businesses in other Participating Countries. The exchange of experience takes place during a stay with the experienced entrepreneur, which helps the new entrepreneur acquire the skills needed to run a small firm. The host benefits from fresh perspectives on his/her business and gets the opportunities to cooperate with foreign partners or learn about new markets.
by Deike Ricardo
A video CV is an asset. At Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW) students can learn how to record it and how to present yourself. A Video CV is part of a successful job placement apart from a written CV.
Reaktor is a place for Warsaw-based startups and freelancers to work, collaborate and network. The unique creative atmosphere of Reaktor is what brought our startups and freelancers to join the venue in the first place. But that’s not all we can offer! You get a 24/7/356 desk, super-fast internet and a breeze of creative atmosphere to make sure you are as efficient as it gets!