Are you considering moving here or have you already arrived and are looking for a job?
These portraits might be helpful to you!
If you're thinking about starting your own business scroll down a bit more ;)
Check out or accompanying partners (Living in Denmark) page for more great interviews on job search!
But... What happens when you find a job in Denmark coming from an international background? Cultural differences can be tough!
Read this interview (press the photo) about differences between working with a Danish team compared to working with an international team:
The offical website in Denmark for international recruitment and jobseekers is workindenmark.dk that has a job portal. Work in Denmark also has three manned jobcentres who can help you apply for jobs.
Also check out our event calendar for courses in job-seeking, resumé writing etc.
There are several other Danish and international job portals with jobs in Denmark, though they do not all provide services in English. Below is a selection of alternative private/public job databases in Danish (DA) and/or English (EN).
For students there are also a wide range of job, internship and project banks if you are looking for some study relevant activities. You can also create a job agent at the portals so you get un update on what jobs are relevant for you within your field of knowledge and interest:
Not too keen on a regular job?
Mathilde and Filipe wasn't either... Read there story!
Plamena did not know what an incubator was when she started. Do you know?
Denmark is a frontrunner in data-driven research in sustainability and green technology. That's why Nina founded her company in Denmark: