Europe Job and Career. Gap Year Jobs in Europe. Europe is made up of over 50 different countries, so there are plenty of jobs to choose from! Job information for the following 6 countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta and Switzerland. If you’re aged between 18-30 and from a country outside the European Union (EU) then you can apply for a working holiday visa (WHV) which allows you to live and work in any country in the EU for up to a year. Your WHV allows you to work in any job, from working in a bar in Amsterdam to leading a Segway tour in Berlin. Other popular jobs in the Europe include working as a ski instructor in France and as one of Santa’s little helpers in Finland. Failing that, you can always find work in a bar! Jobs in Europe are a plenty, so there is sure to be something that interests you.

European Employment Situation Brightens

european-employment-situation-brightensThe number of people out of a job in the Euro-Zone has fallen for the first time in more than two years, the latest sign the bloc may make a muted recovery from recession later this year. In June, 24,000 fewer Europeans in the single currency area were jobless compared with May, EU statistics agency Eurostat said on Wednesday (31 July), the first decrease since April 2011. Predictions of a rebound have so far proved illusory as Europe tries to overcome more than three years of crisis. Indeed, the fall in Euro-zone joblessness was not enough to bring down the overall unemployment reading for the bloc, which remained at a record 12.1% for the fourth straight month. More than 19 million people were unemployed in June in the 17-nation region.

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