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Euro Jobs: Europe can be your stage

There are numerous factors to bear in mind if you want a job working for a major European institution or agency, writes Post Reporter.

13th October, 2012
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Depending on the credentials of the stage in question, it's an opportunity to gain valuable experience at the start of your career, and is often seen as a rite of passage to the world of work in Brussels.

What is a stage?

A *stage/stagiaire* is French for traineeship/trainee. In a Brussels context, you'll often hear the French terms being used in place of the English.

A stage is an internship that lasts an average of between three and six months. Depending on the credentials of the stage in question, it's an opportunity to gain valuable experience at the start of your career, and is often seen as a rite of passage...

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