Hotel job offer in Norway

Hotel job offer in Norway

If you are looking for a seasonal job that offers you not only work experience but also direct access to spectacular nature and the opportunity to meet people from all over the world, check out this hotel job offer in Norway: The Norwegian company Norway’s best AS is hiring several employees as receptionists, waiters and…

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Agricultural job offer in Norway

Agricultural job offer in Norway

If you are looking for an agricultural job in a Scandinavian country, this agricultural job vacancy in Norway could be right for you. This is a modern agricultural company that not only grows vegetables and fruits such as cauliflower, lettuce and raspberries, but also places great emphasis on creating a pleasant working environment for its…

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Living in NORWAY – pros and cons

Living in NORWAY – pros and cons

Norway is one of the countries with the highest per capita income in the world. There are many employment opportunities, people are well paid and there is a good work/life balance (5/7 weeks vacation per year). Living in Norway is definitely a good choice. Norway has a relaxed pace of life. If your goal is…

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Jobs in NORWAY

Jobs in NORWAY

Norway’s GDP per capita is one of the highest in the world, although it falls sharply in relation to purchasing power given the high cost of living. Nevertheless, there are many who would like to find jobs in Norway. The Norwegian economy has responded very well to the negative effects of the pandemic, thanks to…

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Living and working in BERGEN

Living and working in BERGEN

Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and currently has more than 270,000 inhabitants. It overlooks the North Sea and is surrounded by seven imposing hills and seven fjords. The most impressive place is the Bryggen district, which consists of narrow streets lined with typical colored wooden houses. The city isvery characteristic and has…

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Living and working in OSLO

Living and working in OSLO

Oslo is the capital of Norway, home to about 700,000 people (which is more than one-tenth of the total Norwegian population). There are many foreigners who already live here and many dream living in Oslo. Statistics show that about 1 million non-Scandinavian citizens have emigrated to Norway in the last years. The city is surrounded…

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Immigration to NORWAY

Immigration to NORWAY

Do not think that immigration to Norway automatically means that you will find a job. When looking for a job in Norway, you must consider a number of conditions that may or may not determine the success of your search. One of the biggest difficulties for immigrants in finding a job in Norway is language,…

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Work in a fish factory in NORWAY

Work in a fish factory in NORWAY

One option for those who do not speak Norwegian, but only English, is to work in a fish factory in Norway or in a fish farm. The fishing industry is one of the sectors where knowledge of Norwegian is not required for low-skilled jobs. In Norway, the fishing sector has always played an important role…

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Working in scandinavian with english

Working in scandinavian with english

Is it possible to work in Scandinavian countries using only English without knowing the local language? The Scandinavian countries are in excellent economic condition, are sparsely populated and young people do not want to enter many professions, so it is relatively easy to find work in these countries. Considering that the baby boomers will soon…

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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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