Monaco Pour l’Emploi attracts thousands of jobseekers

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The first edition of the Monaco Pour l’Emploi job fair has been deemed a huge success after thousands of jobseekers turned up to meet with local employers from sectors such as construction, healthcare and finance.  

Employers and potential employees had a special date on Friday 15th September: the very first edition of the Monaco Pour l’Emploi job fair at the Grimaldi Forum.  

The event, which saw 150 professional federations and companies register, welcomed upwards of 3,650 job hunters and the queues stretched out of the doors.  

The forum was opened by Monaco’s Minister of State Pierre Dartout, who was confident – and it turns out rightly so – that it would be successful. 

“This day will undoubtedly be positive, both for businesses and for those looking for work,” he said at the launch. “Initiatives like these are particularly welcome in the current context. We are meeting a need which is incontestable and for which we must all mobilise.”  


The companies at the job fair came from no less than 10 sectors, and included finance and insurance, hospitality, construction, business administration and services, tech, health care and social action, and yachting.  

Monaco’s dedicated employment service, as well as the Directorate of Human Resources and Civil Service Training, the Monaco Social Funds, the Graduate Integration Commission and the Youth Employment Unit, was also there to hand out information on the regulatory framework of employment in Monaco to potential new workers and assist them in their job search.  

“We must continue to stimulate employment by relying on promising initiatives, such as this employment forum, to try to attract as many future employees as possible to the Principality,” said Christophe Robino, Government Advisor-Minister of Social Affairs and Health. “Many think they cannot work in Monaco and this forum demonstrates the opposite.”  

The organisers of the event are keen to remind jobseekers interested in working in Monaco that recruitment is continuing even though the forum is over. Such parties can send a CV to Equally, employers looking for workers can send offers to 

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