Seasonal agricultural work in Scandinavia

Seasonal agricultural work in Scandinavia

For those who want to experience seasonal work abroad, farm work is an option to consider. Even for those who do not yet have professional qualifications or do not speak foreign languages very well, this can be an interesting way to discover new countries, earn some money and get in touch with other workers of…

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Living in Denmark pros and cons

Living in Denmark pros and cons

If you are considering moving to this country, you also need to know the pros and cons of living in Denmark: the chances of finding a job are good, salaries are high, and career paths are not determined by personal acquaintances and friends, but solely by performance. Salaries are agreed between the social partners in…

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Living and working in Copenhagen

Living and working in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a beautiful city and has only 600,000 inhabitants. It is one of the smallest capitals in Europe. Living in Copenhagen, even for a short time, is certainly a pleasant experience. Everything is well organized and works perfectly (transport, school, public offices, etc.) The city’s public transport has an integrated metro, bus and train…

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Living and working in Greenland

Living and working in Greenland

Greenland, which means “land of the people” in the Inuit language, is an island in the far north of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a nation of the Kingdom of Denmark. It is the largest island on Earth (Australia, which is about three times larger, is considered a continent) and also the most sparsely populated…

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Moving to Denmark

Moving to Denmark

Although Denmark is not part of the Scandinavian peninsula, it is considered a Scandinavian country because of its cultural affinity. It is part of the EU, so it is not a problem for EU citizens to move to Denmark, while non-EU citizens need a visa. Denmark also includes the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The size…

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Searching for jobs in Denmark

Searching for jobs in Denmark

The Danish economy is in excellent shape, so finding work in Denmark should not be difficult if you have the right skills. In 2021, there were 200,000 vacancies in the private sector, which is 40,000 more than the year before. The unemployment rate is now close to falling below the pre-Covid 19 level. Searching for…

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Seasonal agricultural jobs in Scandinavia

Seasonal agricultural jobs in Scandinavia

For those looking for seasonal work abroad, working in agriculture is an option to consider. Even for those who do not have professional qualifications or do not speak foreign languages very well, this can be an interesting way to get to know new countries, earn something and get in touch with other workers of all…

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Working in Denmark

Working in Denmark

There is great prosperity in Denmark, as evidenced by a GDP per capita that is among the top ten in the world. The absence of bureaucracy, fast and efficient services, and growing businesses are evidence of a very modern market economy. There is virtually no unemployment and wages are among the highest in the world.…

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