denmark is looking for workers from other countries to fill in these jobs
Denmark – The Danish government is currently looking for workers from other countries due to the labour shortage in Denmark. The government is looking for skilled workers in different professional fields.
In July, the government published new positive lists for highly educated and skilled workers from other countries. The Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) said that the Positive List for people with a Higher Education includes a total of 45 job titles, and the Positive List for Skilled Workers includes 46 job titles.
Reportedly, 91 nationals of other countries can apply for one of these jobs in Denmark, a country in Europe.
Job titles in the Positive List for Skilled Workers
Job titles in the Positive List for Skilled Workers include science, engineering associate professionals, business administration associate professionals, legal, social, cultural, and related associate professionals. It also includes general and secretary clerks, numerical and material recording clerks, office and customer service clerks, personal services workers, market-oriented skilled agricultural and nursery workers, food processing, woodworking, garment and other craft and related trade workers.
Job titles in the Positive List for people with a Higher Education
Job titles in the Positive List for people with a Higher Education include managers in the social field, natural science and engineering, teaching and educational work, healthcare, economics, administration and sales, and information and communication technology.
The new Positive Lists will remain effective until December 31, 2022. With this, the government of Denmark aims to help the country to combat the shortage of qualified professionals.
Denmark is one of the safest countries in the world. According to the Global Peace Index, Denmark is also one of the happiest countries in the world. Corruption is also rare in business and politics. Everyone in Denmark also has access to healthcare and education.
According to Kisi’s Work-Life Balance Index, Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, is the fifth-best city in the world for work-life balance in 2022.