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get a job in Luxembourg

#1 HOW TO FIND A JOB IN LUXEMBOURG & WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER ASK FOR A OR ANY JOB

Luxembourg’s labour market is doing well. There are jobs in this country - and not just jobs, lots of jobs. Indeed, over 12,000 vacancies are made available every month and 3,000 every week. However, if there are so many jobs, how do you explain the fact that most people are struggling to find one? 
Well, there’s an explanation for this. In fact, many jobseekers are not aware of how employers recruit and think that all you have to do is simply apply online for a vacancy. And what if I told you that almost 60% of jobs in Luxembourg are not online?...
If so many jobs are not online, HOW and WHERE do you find them?
Do you want to find out? Register today for the Find a Job Workshop and discover very effective techniques which will help you get the job you want.
 
When? on Friday, 23 February 2018
Working language: English
Your coach: Natalia Zvereva, the author of the Find a Job guide

To register CLICK HERE (ENDED)

 

Find a Job Workshop Luxembourg

#2 HOW TO WRITE A WINNING CV AND GET A JOB INTERVIEW

Did you know that employers spend approximately 8 seconds looking at your CV before they decide whether they want to know more about you and meet you in person?
Yes, only 8 seconds!
Now you surely understand that it’s not just important, but CRUCIAL, to learn to write a good CV which will, within 8 seconds, make an employer want to know more about you and see you in person. Writing a good CV is an art and a know-how you need to acquire.
From now on, you don’t need to wonder why you didn’t get any answers to your applications and didn’t get invited to interviews. Join the Find a Job Workshop and discover how to write a WINNING CV which will make you stand out from many other candidates and help you get the job you want.  
If you’ve already tried to write a CV, bring it along (highly recommended!), together we can discuss what you could improve or change.   
 
When? on Friday, 2 March 2018 (9.30 am - 11.30 am)
Working language: English
Your coach:  Natalia Zvereva, the author of the Find a Job guide

To register CLICK HERE (ENDED)

Find a Job Workshop Luxembourg

#3 HOW TO PREPARE FOR A JOB INTERVIEW AND GET HIRED

One of the reasons why you may not get hired is because of what you did or said before, during and after the interview. Obviously, employers look for talented and skillful people, but they also analyse your behaviour and judge you on your actions. If you are invited to a job interview, it’s important to show the employer in a skillful way who you are and to persuade him/or her that you are the right person.
How do you do this?
Well, there are techniques you can learn which will help you act in a professional way and make employers want to hire you.
Interested?
Join the Find a Job Workshop. We’ll guide you through the questions you will be asked and the answers you should give. We will discuss the best ways to negotiate your salary and will go through the 7 Top Things you should never do and say.  
 
When? on Friday, 9 March 2018 (9.30 am - 11.30 am)
Working language: English
Your coach:  Natalia Zvereva, the author of the Find a Job guide

To register CLICK HERE (ENDED)

TESTIMONIALS

Dear Natalia, thanks for the inspiring talk and wonderful workshop! This was extremely informative and enjoyable. It has helped me focus and will be a great asset to me. Nice people. Cosy atmosphere. I can only recommend Find a Job Workshops!
(Posted on facebook in the Find a Job Club)
Nata M.
I met Natalia at one of the job fairs and she gave me a lot of good advice. She looked at my CV and told me what I could change to make the important information stand out better. I also never realised that the fact that I’m young is one of my strengths. We talked about what I’ve studied and the type of jobs I could do. She also invited me to join her Find a Job Club on Facebook where people can ask further questions. I left the event a lot more motivated and full of positive energy and found a job shortly after. It was very refreshing to talk to someone who believed that I can find a job. Natalia is easily approachable, encouraging and willing to share what she knows.
(A young trainee who was looking for a job after a 6-month traineeship and who expressed the wish to remain anonymous.)

 

A young trainee