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You are interested in working abroad but you would like more information about your potential countries of destinations? We suggest some websites where you will find useful information about EU countries as well as practical information to help you prepare your relocation.

EURES Portal has a specific section dedicated to the working and living conditions within all EU countries. It covers a wide range of practical, legal and administrative questions. 

At national level:

  • Make it in Germany provides information useful for who would like to live and work in Germany;
  • Werk offers information about living and working in The Netherlands;
  • AMS offers information about Austria;
  • HZZ has prepared a brochure about living and working in Croatia;
  • Work in Denmark is a website providing useful information about moving and working Denmark. It offers also a e-learning course to help you find a job in Denmark.

 

Your Europe is a portal offering help and advice for EU nationals and their family. The “Work and retirement” section explains all the regulations and rights protecting mobile workers.

 

Another useful tool for all EU citizens is SOLVIT, a EU service who can support you if you face extra obstacles in another country because a public authority isn't doing what is required under EU law. SOLVIT reminds the authorities in question what your EU rights are and works with them to solve your problem.

 

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