The green motor is creating jobs since many years, and still there is a lot of potential in Europe to creat jobs in the automotive, energy and packing industry, as well in research. The proposed EU target to cut greenhouse gases by 80-95 % of 1990 levels by 2050 will not be possible by solely relying on incremental efficiency gains: “Innovation may be the single most important driver to change the inefficient way we currently use resources,” EEA Executive Director Hans Bruyninckx said.
Poland is growing like the pre-crisis Spain, funded by the EU and prospering with a very good educational fundament the country is on its peak. It is an interesting place to work, although the language is tough. Generally, legislation in Poland divides expats willing to work in Poland into two groups:
The Culinary Trust and James Beard Foundation scholarships are OPEN TO EVERYONE, FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. Previous work experience in the industry is not mandatory (but can prove to be a bonus).
Finding a full-time job in Germany as a foreigner can be tough. While the number of international graduates is constantly increasing and a majority of them wishes to stay in Germany to work, only 25 percent succeed in finding full-time employment. Antti Kapanen from the HTW Berlin is an expert on this topic. In the six-week online course “Employability”students and graduates in Germany get concrete tools to be succesful in the jobsearch.
Doing a job interview is an act of nerves and insecurities due to the fact that we do not know the state of mind of the interviewer and normally we do not really know the company. Here some golden rules that are always valid.