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Old 02.07.2019, 23:55
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Re: Recurring unemployment

The unemployment office can suggest/urge you to do on any course/internship/training/work-programme that the advisor decides might increase your chances of becoming employed.

If you think a particular measure that your advisor suggests is not the right thing for you, then you may need to show the advisor that you have done something else/different/more/impressive which is more worthy of your attention by one criterion only: it is more likely to increase your chances of becoming employed. A winner for this is often, but not always, to make great strides learning the local language.


Here's a related thread - with ideas in different directions - which might help you think through ways to either go along with the advisor's proposal fairly peacefully, or to change something else to turn things for the better. See page 2.
https://www.englishforum.ch/employme...tory-12-a.html
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