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Find out about costs of living, tax, health, housing, traffic & events in Denmark

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Participate in this survey and help us understand how professionals from abroad to work in Denmark, what challenges they meet etc. The results of the survey will be shared on the Worktrotter Website as an independent resource for people new to Denmark to get a better orientation on the Danish labour market.


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The Worktrotter books

Business-Dances with Danes. Decoding Danish work cultureBusiness-Dances with Danes

For those working with Danes and those trying to find work in Denmark.
This book is also aimed at those Danes who want to become conciously aware of the Danish workplace culture.

Find out how to decode Danish work culture, avoid pitfalls and know how you can bring your messages across when working with Danes. 


The Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark

For current and future newcomers to Denmark.

A practical step-by-step guide about living and working in Denmark. Save time, nerves and money. Be smart and do things right - right from the start.



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