Empirical evidence demonstrates that there has been a significant increase in the number of high‐skilled mobile workers in the European Union. Given scant understanding of the experience of female high‐skilled intra‐EU mobiles, this paper uses unique qualitative data collected through an online survey to investigate their labour market integration. Findings highlighted two main features: first, the use of social networks as an essential strategy on job search and entry; and second, the inadequate availability and access to support services and relevant information. The paper draws on these findings to advocate for a gender perspective about the experiences and outcomes, as well as responses to obstacles in the path of labour market integration of high‐skilled intra‐EU workers. This is relevant to avoid having these workers’ experience invisible and thus to suggest consistent labour market activation policies in support of this group, particularly towards those looking for work opportunities and older workers.