Getting a job in Denmark.

by Wilfred Eghosa
(Ivory Coast)

Hello Sir,

I am Wilfred Eghosa, a female living in West Africa, Ivory Coast. I have a male friend male in Denmark and he wants me to come to Denmark. He is going to do my visa, transport and accommodation and feeding, but I need a job when I get there, please can you help me to get a job.

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Moving from UK
by: Polina

Hi there.we are thinking of moving to Denmark. Currently we live in Uk. My husband is Gambian,however,he has an indefinite leave to remain in Uk. Myself I am from Lithuania. My husband is an hgv driver and I have a bachelor's degree in English. We are looking for information of what visas and paperwork needs to be processed in order to settle in Denmark. Thank you

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Getting a job in Denmark
by: Charlie

Hi Wilfred,

If your friend is able to arrange all your transportation, visa, etc. than he surely can also help you with finding a job. We are not a job site and do not find jobs for expats or anyone else. FYIDenmark has lots of information on how to get a job and various job sites that you can contact and send your application.

Once you have your work permit, I suggest you start sending resumes to companies and also contact temp agencies (vikar agencies) and than also network when you get to Denmark, which can help you maybe find a job. Do not be too hopeful, since the job market is tough and many people who have lived here a long time are still unable to find a good job.

Charlie
FYIDenmark

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