EURES advisers aim is to help make your move abroad as smooth as possible by fully informing you beforehand. We provide information on a wide range of practical, legal and administrative questions.
Our database contains details on a number of important issues such as finding accommodation, finding a school, taxes, cost of living, health, social legislation, comparability of qualifications, etc. Another valuable information is about current trends on the European labour market by country, region and sector of activity. You can also find out which sectors have a significant imbalance between vacancies and workers, in both the shorter and longer term, which may affect the focus of your job hunt. Although the right to live and work in another EU country is one of the EU’s fundamental freedoms, and also applies to Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland under the EEA and EFTA agreements, citizens from some newer EU countries are subject to certain transitional rules.