Unit 2.1. – EURES portal


In this section, you can find an overview of the EURES portal, the main tool of promotion of EURES.

The EURES Portal, managed by the European Coordination Office (ECO), holds 3 million job offers daily and over 400,000 CVs ready for matching. The introduction of the European classification of skills, qualifications and occupations (ESCO) further contributes to a better digital job matching and targeted placements across borders. In addition, the governance of the network has been reinforced through new monitoring and performance tools.

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Drop’pin@EURES section

Within the portal you have access to the Drop’pin@EURES section for the promotion of youth opportunities. 

Drop’pin@EURES is the place where companies and organisations can promote and showcase their youth opportunities designed to help young Europeans take their first steps into the labour market.

Opportunities on this online platform include apprenticeships, traineeships, training programmes, e-learning courses, language training, mobility support, coaching and mentoring etc.

Drop’pin@EURES also facilitates matching of youth opportunities with the right young person’s profile by granting access to a large number of skilled job seekers across Europe.

On the platform, employers are able to find the perfect match by browsing CVs of potential candidates online. The tool additionally allows organisations to directly and easily post youth opportunities on the portal, which can be seen by young EURES members from all over Europe.

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Photo by Austin Distel on Unsplash

Links section

Within the portal there is a section “links” to other web sites of interest for job-seekers and employers.

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EURES articles

Submitted pursuant to Article 33 of Regulation (EU) 2016/589 since 2016, the European Coordination Office has published 216 news articles on the EURES portal and 114 articles on the EURES Extranet portal.

The EURES portal articles showcase success stories of jobseekers and employers engaging with EURES, recruitment trends or job hunting and recruitment tips. 

In addition, ECO has compiled a new leaflet and trifold for the Reactivate scheme.

ECO has also developed infographics, a EURES style guide, and updated graphic guidelines and the European (Online) Job Days (EOJD) manual for event organisers.

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