Expectations that the European Union jobs earmarked for the accession countries would attract a huge number of applicants haven’t exactly come to pass. Some candidate countries are blaming the EU for offering mainly entry-level positions. BRUSSELS–There have been roughly eight applications from citizens of EU candidate countries for each of the 5,000 available jobs offered […]
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