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EACEA National Policies Platform


3. Employment & Entrepreneurship

3.7 Cross-border mobility in employment, entrepreneurship and vocational opportunities

Last update: 30 March 2022
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  1. Programmes and schemes for cross-border mobility
  2. Legal framework

Programmes and schemes for cross-border mobility

The National Employment Agency from Romania is also counselling and mediating jobs abroad. A special section of their website is dedicated to working abroad. These opportunities for jobs abroad are available in Romania thanks to the participation to the EURES network. Jobs available in the European Economic Area are regularly published in Romania, and the counselling services are available for these jobs.


Moreover, Romania participated to the 'targeted mobility scheme': 'Your first EURES Job' in a project implemented until January 2017 in Sweden, Slovenia, Ireland, Romania, Denmark, Finland and Azores using the EURES portal.


Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs – the mobility programme of the European Commission for young entrepreneurs participating to a learning and best practice sharing experience with more experience entrepreneurs in other European countries – is implemented in Romania. No data are available concerning the implementation of the programme.


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Funding for Mobility in Employment, Entrepreneurship and Vocational schemas is ensured by the European Union. No information is available on national budget funded mobility programmes for working, training or entrepreneurial learning abroad.


Legal framework

No specific legal framework exists in Romania for cross-border mobility of young workers, trainees/apprentices and young professionals/entrepreneurs and no national regulations are put in place for cross-border mobility.