Which perspective offers Europe to the professional elite, the graduates and the career entrants from numerous areas? How can we overcome the shortage of skilled labor in European economies? Where are the professionals or graduates with MINT (STEM) qualifications (mathematics, information technology, natural sciences and technology/engineering) most urgently requested? Where do they come from and what conditions should be fulfilled for a successful employment?
The European labor market is facing major challenges. In addition to the alarming unemployment in the crisis countries Spain, Italy and Greece, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, although they have historically low unemployment, but sustained fighting in the MINT (STEM) professions with the skills shortage. Europes TOP Event for MINT Talents, September 16 and 17th,as a unique international and pioneering conference with Recruiting-Exhibition, therefore, focuses on international applicants with MINT (STEM) qualifications. In the high-profile conference on the first day, along with national and European network partners from business, academia, politics and society, answers and approaches to international labor market issues, including how "Mobility and flexibility of labor in Europe" and "recognition of international degrees" are offered.
At the Recruiting-Exhibition Europe´s TOP MINT (STEM) Employer from different sectors are expected, including electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, the chemical industry and IT, to find new employees and specialists for positions in Germany and abroad. In addition, also education providers, networks, universities and organizations will present. Prospective employers also have the opportunity to showcase their attractive career opportunities in an accompanying exhibition to job-seeking participants. This is the best opportunity for around 2,000 job-seekers from several European countries searching for new job openings. (Young) professionals, as well as students and career entrants from neighboring European countries are expected to approach potential employers.
Alongside the Conference, with many practical issues for candidates, the event provides the right framework for the development of the European MINT module.
Several national and international organizations and initiatives of the MINT (STEM) network partners are engaged. The F.A.Z. job market is media partner. In addition to the central event in Stuttgart will showcase its "flag" in other European cities. Incidentally, the Congresscenter Stuttgart, directly located at the main entrance of the exhibition center and near the airport and the highway A 8 offers the perfect setting for this high profile event.
Invited are all the ones who are involved in MINT issues in their daily work as well as interested applicants from home and abroad and employers looking for highly qualified candidates to strengthen their teams.
This is what the European Convention MINT 2014 is all about as "the struggle for creative minds" is already reality! You would like to participate at the accompanying exhibition with excellent benefits? Then, please contact the GMINT-Team for further information.
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