Chronic shortage of workforce. Difference between supply and demand for skills. Lack of information about the neighboring labor market. Language barrier, difficult accessibility. Many questions – difficult answers.
The Visa Cross Border Labour Mobility Agency has solutions for you!
he Romanian government through the Labour Agency (ANOFM) is ready to pay compensations for "technical unemployment"
More than 23 000 citizens of countries outside the EU have received a work permit for Romania in 2019. This number is twice as high as it was at the end of 2018 and three ties as high compared to 2017.
An analysis of the eJobs.ro platform shows, that the most searched professions in Romania for 2019 were thoose of drivers, accountants and economists.
Project “VISA - Cross-border Labour Mobility Agency” is cofinanced by the European Union through
European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg V-A Romania-BulgariaProgramme.
Amount of EU contribution: 423 995, 54 Euro
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