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European Jobs for you(th)

by Barbara Stieldorf, Branko Rumenović, Dora Neiva, Gerrit Donder, Ivana Stankovska, María José García, María José Moya, Helena Homedes, Tonia Cladera

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European Jobs for You (th)
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eTwinning project to improve job skillset
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Croatia, Germany, North Macedonia, Portugal and Spain.
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About this publication: Authors
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Barbara Stieldorf, Branko Rumenović, Dora Neiva, Gerrit Donder, Ivana Stankovska, María José García, María José Moya, Helena Homedes, Tonia Cladera.
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About the project
Do our students know what they need to do to fulfil their future job expectations? They make and will make important decisions that will shape their future. Maybe that when they finish their vocational and technical undergraduate courses at our schools, they are not aware of possible future labour contexts abroad.
While the world of work has undergone major changes in the last few decades, jobs expectations of youths have changed little. Only few of them include in their job expectations the possibility to work in a country different from theirs.
With the labour market undergoing rapid, essential change –decisions-making for our students are more important, but also more difficult.
This project will help our students have the opportunity to share their jobs dreams and expectations and will be aware of working abroad can also be a key point in their future careers.
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Some of the aims of this project are:

1)To motivate students to better understand some possible future job profiles in their own countries and abroad
2)To actively know how to apply for different jobs in the European Union and beyond
3)To fortify the importance of marketable skills.
4)To access to trustworthy labour market information and advice/guidance from well-trained and impartial resources.
5)To foster curiosity, creativity, love for learning and to open their minds to different ways of living, thinking, and working
6)To connects classroom learning with future labour contexts and professional lives
7)To boost students’ understanding of jobs and careers abroad.