This is a Catalogue that provides factual information on Member States’ policy developments within the Europe 2020 framework.

In this document you can find:

1.  New measures introduced during the fourth Quarter of 2012 (November 2012  – mid - January 2013), as identified by the EU Employment Observatory experts
2. Existing measures that were included in this Catalogue for the first time during the third Quarter of 2012 (August – October 2012), and for which progress on their
implementation is followed.
The European Employment Observatory (EEO)

On the EEO website you will find the latest news, regular reports on labour market developments, as well as links to other relevant international, European and country websites.

THE EUROPEAN EMPLOYMENT FORUM 27-28 NOV. 2012
An annual conference and exhibition focusing on the major social and economic issues surrounding employment and creating an effective discussion and meeting forum.
The two-day conference features a broad international panel of speakers presenting current thinking and policy, with the European Commission Directorate Generals well represented. In addition, the event attracts a wide range of individuals, businesses, social partners and government policy makers from across the EU and beyond.
Mol@m project will be there!
More details about this event:http://www.europeanemploymentforum.eu/http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3260820 https://twitter.com/EEFBrussels

THE EUROPEAN EMPLOYMENT FORUM
27-28 NOV. 2012

An annual conference and exhibition focusing on the major social and economic issues surrounding employment and creating an effective discussion and meeting forum.

The two-day conference features a broad international panel of speakers presenting current thinking and policy, with the European Commission Directorate Generals well represented. In addition, the event attracts a wide range of individuals, businesses, social partners and government policy makers from across the EU and beyond.

Mol@m project will be there!

More details about this event:
http://www.europeanemploymentforum.eu/
http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3260820 
https://twitter.com/EEFBrussels

Molam Project @ Career’s Europe Conference

Mol@m Final International Conference - September, 12 - Leeds (UK)

The Mol@m Final International Conference took place on the 12th September, in Leeds (UK) together with the 20th anniversary of Careers Europe - “20 Years of European Co-operation Conference”.

Mol@m Interactive Tool was presented at the conference and participants explored it.

MOL@M Final International Conference

The Mol@m Final International Conference will take place on the 12th September, in Leeds (UK) together with the 20th anniversary of Careers Europe - “20 Years of European Co-operation Conference”. Mol@m Interactive Tool will be presented at the conference and participants will explore it. This event is aimed at guidance practitioners. Join in! Click here to register for this event.

AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS
11.45 am - SHOWCASING OUR MOL@M PROJECT

1.30 pm & 2.15 pm – Mol@m Workshop: Working in Europe - How online tools can help

2.30 pm & 3.15 pm - Mol@m Workshop: Working in Europe - How online tools can help

DATE: Wednesday 12th September 2012
LOCATION: Queens Hotel, City Square, Leeds, LS1 1PJ
COST: This event is free – lunch and refreshments are included

Job security in Europe: How confident are you? 
 Unemployment in Europe is now one of the biggest challenges facing the union, with over 25 million citizens out of work. Are you confident that you will find a job or stay in work over the next two years?
source of this article: The Guardian (guardian.co.uk)

Job security in Europe: How confident are you? 

Unemployment in Europe is now one of the biggest challenges facing the union, with over 25 million citizens out of work. Are you confident that you will find a job or stay in work over the next two years?

source of this article: The Guardian (guardian.co.uk)

source: Guardian (in guardian.co.uk)

source: Guardian (in guardian.co.uk)

Unemployment in Europe: Resources for Jobseekers

What information is available for graduates and jobseekers looking to work elsewhere in Europe? Find here.  

Interest in Work Abroad Increases among Czech Youth

According to data collected on the labour market by the portal džob.cz, the interest of youth in working abroad has risen from 15 to 53 percent in the past three years. The chief motivation for migrating is getting to know new cultures and improving language skills. More information on this topic can be found in a recent article of the Czech newspaper Lidové noviny (online, in Czech - click here).

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