Jobnet in English
Jobnet is the public jobcentres website for all jobseekers and employers in Denmark. Jobnet enables you to search for a job among many thousands of vacant jobs or to find a new employee. Jobnet has more than two million visitors every month. At Jobnet you can also find information on job searching, training and recruiting of new employees.
The jobcenters are charged with procuring jobs for jobseekers and ensuring that companies find the labour they need. The jobcenters assist all applicants in finding help and guidance on recruitment, job hunting or general information on the labour market.
The jobcentres are distributed all over Denmark. In the Jobcenters you will find free PC admittance and information on how to find a job.
The service in the Jobcenters is "help yourself" service. The Jobcenters do not have the capacity to translate CV's or job vacancies into another language."
Find your local jobcenter (page is in Danish)
Workindenmark.dk is the official Danish website for international recruitment and jobseeking. As an employer you can create job vacancies, search for foreign manpower in the CV-database and you can find relevant information about recruiting employees from abroad. If you are a jobseeker from abroad you can search for jobs in Denmark in the job-database, add your CV to the CV-database and find relevant information about working in Denmark.
Besides Workindenmark.dk there are three workindenmark-centres. The employees of the centres can answer questions and help with recruitment and finding jobs.
European Employment Service (EURES)
EURES is the international branch of the jobcenters, servicing employers and jobseekers in connection with recruitment or job hunting across national borders.
At the EURES website you can find information in English and German on working and living conditions in Denmark, job hunting in Denmark, recruitment of Danish labour and rules for residence permits or residence and work permits.
Contact a EURES adviser if you need personal guidance or if you cannot find the answers to your questions. If you are staying outside Denmark, please contact a EURES adviser in your country of residence.
At the joint European EURES portal you can find information in several languages on the Danish labour market, on international job vacancies and a CV database.
Informations on working and living conditions
The jobcentres international branch has prepared brochures for non-Danish citizens on living and working conditions in Denmark. You can read more about taxes, housing, the National Health Insurance, unemployment insurance, etc.