Expatica presents the “i am not a tourist” Job Fair for Internationals

On Saturday 20 May 2017 the 8th Job Fair for Internationals will take place in the World Trade Center in Amsterdam. This is the event for pursuing a career in the Netherlands. Organised for the international community living, working and studying in the Netherlands.

The Job Fair will offer you a helping hand, supporting you in beginning your career in the Netherlands, or in moving on from your current position within a company based here. Exhibitors include experts from a range of institutions: international companies looking to recruit expats, recruitment agencies, and organisations representing a whole region. Talk one to one with recruiters, get personal and professional advice or join one of the free presentations.

Register for Job Fair for Internationals online to save EUR 5


Job Fair presentation


Job Fair for Internationals logo

What the experts say

It may be hard to imagine that there is a great deal on offer at present in a small, yet popular country, however the world of multilingual employment is improving and many experts have a positive outlook for the coming years:

The Netherlands is a prosperous country. Despite the economic headwind, our levels of competitive strength, innovation and science put us in the top 5 on international rankings. Finding well-educations technicians on college and university levels will prove increasingly difficult in the near future. This development will harm companies’ growth and innovative strength…We expect a shortage of technical professionals of 30,000 by 2020.  Twente Branding

1.3 million people work in the healthcare and social welfare sector in the Netherlands. Over the next 15 to 20 years, over 40,000 extra staff will be needed – if we want to continue to provide care in the same way – to cope with the growing number of elderly people requiring care.” – www.government.nl

An impression of the Job Fair for Internationals

Curious about the experiences of visitors and exhibitors of previous years? Watch the video below to get an impression.