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Looking for work in Denmark
« on: March 07, 2009, 08:24:52 AM »
Looking for work in Denmark

As quickly as possible, and no later than one month after becoming unemployed, you must prepare a CV outlining your educational qualifications, professional experience, personal interests and skills. Your CV will be placed in the job centre's national database, jobbanken, at www.jobnet.dk. You must prepare your own CV and are responsible for the information it contains. But your job centre or unemployment fund can offer advice and help you to prepare it.
You must make yourself available to the job market.

You must make yourself available to the job market. This means that you must look for work and accept a job offer as soon as there is one. If you can not find a job, the job centre will help you to find one. You must attend those job interviews to which you are summoned. And accept those job offers which your municipal authority gives you as part of their job activation programme*. Job activation may include courses, on-the-job training or subsidised employment.

If you are in any doubt, consult your job centre or unemployment fund.
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