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BOOST: Greater Mobility across Fehmarn Belt

WHAT:

The Boost-Project is enhancing labour mobility across the Fehmarn Belt, by allowing citizens to experience the working culture on the other side of the border, make cross-border contacts, broaden horizons and much more. The target group ranges from apprentices, vocational students and jobseekers, but also employment agencies, vocational schools and companies.

 

WHERE:

Denmark and Germany

 

HOW:

The vision of a common German-Danish labour market is pursued by providing more opportunities, especially for the young generation. Internships on the other side of the border, Job-Swaps and workshops are only some of the opportunities, which BOOST is offering. After all, reducing Barriers and connecting citizens will strengthen the labour- and apprenticeship-market in the region.

 

RESULTS:

Only one year after the project started in 2017, already 140 people from the Fehmarn Belt region have been able to take part in measures for cross-border mobility in the labour market and almost 350 interested people have already been informed about the possibilities in the respective neighbouring country

 

 

More information is available here.

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Germany Denmark labour mobility cross-border employment employment