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DLF (Dansk Lærerforening)

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Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

DLF (Dansk Lærerforening) is the trade union for teachers in Denmark with about 67,000 members.

- trade union: 297 DKK / month

Lærernes A-kasse, the unemployment insurance fund for teachers have a different website than the trade union but both organnisations work closely together.
- unemployment insurance: 411 DKK / month.

Learn more about trade unions and unemployment insurance in Denmark.

Keywords: trade-union, fagforening, unemployent-insurance, a-kasse, teachers

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