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Denmark offers various possibilities for young people who want to live a year in the old continent: what are the requirements.

More and more Argentina are considering various options to immigrate in search of better living conditions, more security And a more stable economy, and Europe is one of the most sought after destinations, Countries of the “Old Continent” They are preferred for an experience abroad.

such is the case Denmark, which has become one of the most sought after destinations as it provides opportunities for young Argentines to travel there and have one year of work experience. Located in the north of the continent, it is one of the so-called Nordic countries Along with Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Norway.

One thing many of these Nordic countries favor is that they are classified as best place to live Thanks to the high rate of human development due to the living conditions in terms of health, education, politics and security.

in the last hours, Denmark announced that it is reopening it visa working holiday in Argentina, with 150 annual quota to which it can be applied from 1 October.

The Famous And Old Port Of Nyvan In The Center Of Copenhagen, Photo Shutterstock

The famous and old port of Nyvan in the center of Copenhagen, photo Shutterstock

What are Working Holiday Visas?

These are programs that also exist for countries such as Germany, Netherlands, France, Portugal, Norway, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand.

The proposal is aimed at youth traveling abroad who are likely to work there for a yearand can do at the same time sightseeing to that destination or others nearby. In general, people who have access to these travel and work visaOpt for seasonal jobs for a limited number of months, and then take a break to travel around the country and beyond.

These visas have been around for years, but many of them were suspended in pandemicNow, more than two years later, Denmark has reopened quotas for young Argentines who, although they will be able to apply from 1 October, have not yet announced what the mode of application will be, nor Only if they change the rules last year.

What are the requirements to immigrate to Denmark?

Although there are some countries that need it show schengen -which allows you to stay in the country for 90 days- to enter Denmark, that This is not the case of Argentina.. .. Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela have also been exempted.

Denmark Is Listed As One Of The Best Places To Live Due To Its High Human Development Indexes, Photo: File.

Denmark is listed as one of the best places to live due to its high Human Development Indexes, Photo: File.

loss Requirements for entering Denmark are the following:

  • have a valid passport
  • have the financial means to pay for your stay
  • Justify your stay with documents such as where you will stay and return travel
  • Not being registered as an undesirable person in the Schengen Information System (SIS II)

Work in Denmark: what are the most requested positions

The best time to travel to Denmark for temporary jobs is during european summerThat is, in the months of June, July and August. However, there are opportunities during the summer too, especially during the time of year end party,

The most common job sectors for people coming to the country with a working holiday visa are TurismoFeather Clean, customer support and certainly rural goodsamong others.

The Visa Offers The Possibility Of Working In Denmark For A Year, And At The Same Time, Doing Tourism.  Photo: File.

The visa offers the possibility of working in Denmark for a year, and at the same time, doing tourism. Photo: File.

How much can you earn in Denmark?

working hours are paid in hand, between $9 and $12, depending on the type of job as well as the schedule, the pay is usually higher at night and on weekends. In other words, working 40 hours a week can earn you up to US$S 1,920 per month, In a part-time job, 25 hours a week, you can earn up to $1,200 per month.

On the other hand, according to the site “Work in Denmark”The official Danish government job search platform for foreigners, the Danish labor market is booming and Lack of skills in many areas, So there are good job opportunities for professionals. These are the areas that request them the most:

  • engineering
  • Information and communications technology
  • life science
  • business and finance
  • Medical and health services
  • service and hospitality
  • industry
  • Transport & Logistics
  • building

According to the PayScale portal’s salary survey, a developer earns an average of US$55,000 annually, while a doctor reaches up to US$135,000 annually, as it is a more urgent job, especially after the pandemic.


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