Proactive Jobsites In Europe
LinkedIn job hub is the number one website to use for your Job Search. Did you know that LinkedIn generates half of its revenue from job posting and job placement services?... and over 50% of LinkedIn users are decision-makers...
Indeed.com is highly recommended whichever locations you are aiming for; they are very strong in the UK and Spain.
Monster is an old monster! it still delivers its value although what you find in Indeed.com maybe replicated in Monster and vice versa.
Initially Glassdoor was a website where candidates and employees would post reviews about companies they worked or applied for. The service was then extended to job search with job vacancies all across Europe.
Eurojobs is a strong website for jobs vacancies around Europe i.e. European institutions, public and private sectors.
EURES (European Employment Services) is a cooperation network designed to facilitate the free movement of workers within the European Economic Area.
International recruitment agencies usually operate mainly "in-country" and not much cross-countries. Eurostaff is a recruitment agency that operates effectively across Europe.
DevNetJobs is dedicated to international development and consulting jobs such as NGOs, United Nations etc...
Global Careers Fair is an online recruitment platform focused on career opportunities in international public sectors and NGOs.
Some Specifics in France
Viadeo is the French LinkedIn. Although it is a good in-country platform, if you are looking for an international job, you ought to be on LinkedIn too.
APEC focuses on managerial positions. It is one of the most used job hub in France. Unfortunately most of the job offers are posted in French.
Some Specifics in Germany
Xing is the German LinkedIn. It's very popular in Germany however just like Viadeo in France; if you are an international candidate, make sure you are on LinkedIn too.
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