International Job Fair in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Although hard to imagine in the current economic climate, particularly with the growing unemployment rate in the Netherlands, the shortage in the skilled and highly-educated work forces is expected to grow in the coming year(s). With this in mind, Expatica and Together Abroad introduce the International Job Fair, the event for pursuing an international career in the Netherlands.

Whether you are new to the Netherlands, have already settled in or still live abroad, Expatica’s fair can help you find your perfect job. Are you highly educated and internationally focused? Then join the fair on Saturday, 14 September 2013!

Date: Saturday, 14 September 2013 – Time: 11am – 5pm / Venue: WTC Amsterdam / Free tickets can be ordered online. To register, please click here.

The International Job Fair is the event for pursuing an international career in the Netherlands. It provides a unique opportunity to get all the information and contacts you need in one place. Within a single day, you’ll have the chance to meet employers from several industries as well as multilingual recruiters. During several presentations and workshops, you can gain in-depth knowledge of the Dutch job market.

“The shortage of skilled workforce in healthcare is confirmed by the Dutch government on their website: ‘1.3 million people work in the healthcare and social welfare sector in the Netherlands. Over the next 15 to 20 years, over 40,000 extra staff will be needed – if we want to continue to provide care in the same way – to cope with the growing number of elderly people requiring care” (source www.government.nl)

Read more at International Job Fair in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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