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  • The Youth Guarantee
    The Youth Guarantee means that the TE services will offer an unemployed young person a service or a measure at the latest three months after he or she becomes a jobseeker.
    Location:
    • Home
    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • The Youth Guarantee
  • Recruiting a 18-35 year-old through Your first EURES job support
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    • Home
    • For employers/entrepreneurs
    • Find an employee
    • Recruiting a 18-35 year-old through Your first EURES job support
  • Support for recruitment
    The TE Office may subsidise an employer who hires an unemployed person who needs more support than usual to find a job, a young person, or a disabled worker to apply his or her skills in working life.
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    • For employers/entrepreneurs
    • Find an employee
    • Support for recruitment
  • Your first EURES job for a young person
    Your first EURES job project aims to help young people aged 18–35 find a job in another EU country. You may also receive financial support to cover some of the costs involved.
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    • Home
    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • Your first EURES job for a young person
  • In an employment relationship
    On this page, you will find useful information about employment relationships and the rules of working life.
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    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Employment relationship issues
    • In an employment relationship
  • Summer jobs
    Every year, plenty of summer jobs are available for young people aged both under and over 18 years, and also for qualified adults.
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    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • Summer jobs
  • It pays to study
    This page gives you information, and links to sources of additional information, about education and training opportunities.
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    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • It pays to study
  • Apply for education or training - safeguard your unemployment benefit
    Are you aged under 25 and without education or training that leads into a qualification and imparts vocational skills? In order to receive unemployment benefit you must apply in the spring for at least two places of study.
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    • Home
    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • Support from the TE Office
    • Apply for education or training - safeguard your unemployment benefit
  • Work try-out practices and provisions
    The purpose of a work try-out is to clarify your career choice options or to support your return to the job market.
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    • Home
    • For jobseekers
    • Support for finding a job
    • Work try-out as a stepping stone to the job market
    • Work try-out practices and provisions
  • Support for traineeship or apprenticeship
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    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • Your first EURES job for a young person
    • Support for traineeship or apprenticeship
  • A jobseeker’s independent study can be supported by unemployment benefit
    Independent study supported by unemployment benefit may improve your vocational skills and your chances of finding or keeping a job.
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    • For jobseekers
    • Career, education and training
    • A jobseeker’s independent study can be supported by unemployment benefit
  • Your first EURES job: Germany
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    • Your first EURES job: Germany