Writing applications
Here are some quick tips to try and ensure your application is at the top of the pile. The advice here will very likely apply to all applications for a job you’ll ever make whether it is a speculative or invited application, for a student or graduate position and in Denmark or elsewhere.
Daniel Bird
Walk like a Dane, talk like a Dane
Entering a new workplace for the first time can be a daunting prospect anywhere but it is likely to be even more so as an international in Denmark.
Daniel Bird
12 negotiation tips
Be sure to start off on the right foot, when you and a prospective employer are sitting at the negotiating table. Here is our guide on how to do it.
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Salary negotiations and more
When you and a prospective employer engage in contract negotiations, it is not only your salary that's on the line. Pension, working hours and more can also be brought to the bargaining table. Here is our guide on what to negotiate with your workplace.
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How to write a CV
Your CV will likely be the employer’s first impression of you. Here is our guide to help you look your best.
Daniel Bird
Getting work in Denmark
Often associated with H.C. Andersen and his 'Little Mermaid', Denmark is often portrayed as a fairy tale kind of place. Denmark is first and foremost a socially balanced and progressive society - and a great place to start your career.
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Trade brain power for DKK
This is a quick but comprehensive information source and guide to student finances to set you on the path that leads away from student poverty in Denmark or abroad.
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A Guide For The Storm
We’ve spoken to the people in the know about the crucial things to be aware of as an international student, job hunting in Denmark. Here is their key advice to all your questions.
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From student to graduate employee
Chiara Surico, Capability Building Manager for A.P. Moller Maersk, talks to us about how to make the transition from international student in Denmark to graduate employee.
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5 Common Mistakes in Job Searching in Denmark
Being an international is tough, especially in Denmark. We have to learn not only the culture and language but how to go about job searching in Denmark. I understand this feeling being an American and living in Denmark. It has had its challenges, especially in finding your dream job while living in a foreign country.
Kate Dahl - Job Consultant for Internationals in Denmark, CareerDenmark.dk
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