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This page is available in 3 languages Temporary agents may be employed to perform a wide variety of highly specialised or temporary tasks. The length of the employment varies, at the European Commission it is a maximum period of six years. Selection competitions for Temporary Agents are generally run by the Institutions and Agencies themselves, rather than by EPSO. Candidates are therefore advised to regularly visit the websites of the Institutions and the EU Agencies if they are interested in such opportunities.
Content In-service training is a period spent at the European Railway Agency (ERA) in accordance with the Decision of the Executive Director of the ERA on the acceptance of trainees for an in-service training period. The call is open to nationals of the Member States of the European Union, of an Acceding country or of a country from the European Economic Area.
1. Introduction The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) announces a traineeship opportunity lasting up to five months for a graduate who is a national of an EU member state. The traineeship shall be based at the Institute's offices in Vilnius, Lithuania.
I was recently chatting with an up-and-coming professional speaker about some of the best presenters I've seen on stage. I immediately launched into an unplanned sales pitch for Gary Vaynerchuk, or Gary Vee , as many of us know him online. Within minutes I was citing important milestones in Vaynerchuk's life, such as his pre-school move to the United States from what is now known as Belarus, his experience operating a number of lemonade stands when he was just eight years old, and his college years working in his parents' liquor store. After I walked away from the conversation, I tried desperately to recall when I had seen the best-selling author speak, or more importantly, if I had ever met him in person.
Perhaps it's the combined Twitter power of the Two Bills ( Gates and Easterly ), but working in development is hot, and not just for their 5.9 million followers. I'm not kidding: The website GradSchools.com lists 204 master's programs in international development, meant to prepare students for the glamorous life of managing technical assistance to water and sanitation departments in Bangladesh or dealing with the logistics of emergency food programs in Somalia. Devex, the international development portal, boasts a database of 410,000 candidates for employers working in the aid arena to search. And the World Bank's Young Professionals Program , a route to a permanent position at the organization, routinely attracts about 10,000 applicants for about 30 spots each year.
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Are unpaid internships unethical? Hemera/Thinkstock. On Feb. 1, a funny thing happened in a U.S. district court in Manhattan: An intern complained in public. Xuedan Wang, a 28-year-old former intern at Harper’s Bazaar , filed a lawsuit against the Hearst Corp., Harper’s parent company, for failing to pay minimum and overtime wages during her unpaid internship. Wang, who goes by Diana, spent August through December 2011 at the magazine, coordinating fashion sample deliveries, filing expense reports, helping with photo shoots, and supervising other interns. Her typical 40-hour workweek sometimes ran to 55 hours.
The damage is everywhere. Youth unemployment hovers above 18 percent, near an all-time high. The entry-level job is fast becoming an endangered species. A whole generation of twentysomethings feels adrift — crushed by debt, living with their parents, delaying traditional milestones of adulthood, unable to become independent stakeholders in society.
All right for some: Chelsea Clinton joins a meeting with Denis Aitken of the WHO during her internship with the organisation, Geneva, 2002. Photograph: Reuters/ Corbis In February, a Conservative party fundraiser auctioned off internships at City firms and glossy magazines. With thousands of young people struggling to find work, wealthy Tory backers paid thousands to secure plum opportunities for their children.
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