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Life in Denmark beats most alternatives – even within Europe. According to a recent study done by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Denmark ranks high in the Better Life Index. It’s above average in the level of education of its citizens, employment availability and income, financial and personal security as as well its environmental quality. Still, there is room for improvement in Denmark. Read more…

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in Denmark

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Cost of Living

Cost of living

Denmark’s quality of life comes at a price and it’s high – more expensive, in fact, than most European countries. In fact, Copenhagen was recently rated by Mercer’s as one of the most costly cities in the world (according to their annual Cost of Living Survey). Expect to spend plenty of cash on transportation, food at the supermarkets and restaurants. Before accepting a position as an expat teacher, you’ll do well to ensure that your remuneration actually enables you to access the “good life” of Denmark. Fortunately, salaries tend to reflect the cost of living. Read more…

Satisfying sites on cost of living in Denmark

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Danish summers are cool and long and usually start in June and end in September, however rainfall is usually at its peak in July and August. Temperatures at this time of year are between 19 and 22 degrees Celsius. Autumn is cooler but drier with winter arriving in December and running through February. The temperatures and  amount of snowfall is dependent on the region but fall often well below zero in winter,  averaging around 0 degrees Celsius. Spring is arguably the nicest period of the year although cooler and with significantly less rainfall than the other months.

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Visa Restrictions

Visa Restrictions

If you are a European Union National you have the entitlement to work in any European Union member country without needing to obtain a work permit. The only exception to this is if you are planning to work in Croatia where some restrictions can apply. However you should still investigate the consequences of working and the effect this will have on your benefits (health insurance, maternity/paternity, pensions, occupational accidents and diseases, death grants, unemployment, early retirement, family benefits), and the implications of where and how much tax you pay. The European Union offers this Tax advise at its Your Europe website. Once you have been in an EU country for more than 3 months you will be required to register your residence and obtain a residency permit.

If you are not a European Union National then you will require a work permit. The requirements for this often differ depending on your Nationality. For the latest up to date information for entry please visit Danish Immigration website.

Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office      US State Department      BBC World News           Al Jazeera        The Local