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nitr0 | 
Poland justDrag 
Hello , i get a proposition to work in Denmark at DATAMARKED.dk. What is ur opinion about this corporation? Im wondering about this job only bcoz of money compared to that I would earn in Poland. Thanks for opinions!
2018-07-24 10:37
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#1
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Sweden cRUNCHiBOY
no
2018-07-24 10:37
yes
2018-07-24 10:38
no
2018-07-24 10:39
Idk what it is
2018-07-24 10:40
#5
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Austria winghaveN
no, Denmark sucks af. Depressing countryy
2018-07-24 10:40
53 replies
funny that the majority of the people is extremely happy. Guess you're missing the mountains, eh?
2018-07-24 11:16
28 replies
They are extremely happy , so happy that they suicide like flies every year nationmaster.com/country-info/compare/De.. guess you are missing the whole map , eh?
2018-07-24 11:25
13 replies
doesn't keep us away from ranking highest in overall happiness :)
2018-07-24 11:36
9 replies
#84
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Finland Jardeet
That's because all the unhappy people kill themselves
2018-07-24 12:17
8 replies
:D Guys, the Finnish are on to our secret..
2018-07-24 12:20
1 reply
they are well placed to know
2018-07-24 21:53
#95
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Afghanistan KFB4
Yes and is that a problem
2018-07-24 12:20
1 reply
#117
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Finland Jardeet
Yes
2018-07-24 12:37
even if that was true, that would mean that we only had at max 50 unhappy people per 100.000, and that doesnt seem bad at all :)
2018-07-24 12:27
XDDDDDD
2018-07-24 14:22
#137
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Brazil m16r_0
the more suicidal the less suicidal
2018-07-24 14:28
#144
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Greece Poor_Noob
hahahahahahah
2018-07-24 17:20
Missing the whoel map, hahahaa, try again.
2018-07-24 12:17
#141
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Denmark orwelles
in denmark, we are so happy, that once we start to get unhappy, we kill ourselves.
2018-07-24 17:12
You must've searched the internet dry in order to find a shitty source like that.
2018-07-24 17:34
im from denmark.. ppl here are fake happy and politically correct you dunno wtf you are talking about
2018-07-24 12:11
1 reply
+1
2018-07-24 14:23
#97
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Denmark Xipingu
We are not more happy than the rest of the world, we're just not arrogant fucks who goes around crying about it 24/7 as if that fixes anything. We take it on the chin (most of us anyway), and work past the bad times. That creates happiness in the end.
2018-07-24 12:22
11 replies
in the end it's just statistics and polls, I didn't want to hurt anyone. Sorry, if I did.
2018-07-24 12:26
10 replies
#115
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Denmark Xipingu
You didn't, don't worry. Most Danes have a habit of laughing most things off, even when things are really serious. That's part of the process. I know that from myself. I'm just saying we aren't really more happy than the rest of the world, only on paper. Statistics and polls aren't touching the inner workings btw. It's just the surface of things :)
2018-07-24 12:36
9 replies
True, but being positive about things, even if it looks really bad creates some kind of happiness. Or rather another view on things, because if you always dwell on the negative and focus on that, you just create a downward spiral. In my opinion that's one of the reasons, we have a rise of populist politics, racism, distrust and hate. Edit: Of course, it's also bad to be too positive. Balance is the key :)
2018-07-24 12:54
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#130
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Denmark Xipingu
Balance is indeed the key. Exactly ;) But what you write there is true. Most of us here are being taught to look at the positive things in life, since life will always suck if you bow down to it and become negative all the time. It's probably true that racism, distrust and hate is bred from that kind of way of looking at things, which is pretty sad overall.
2018-07-24 13:23
2 replies
It is, but it's nice to hear that people try to raise their kids this way. It's a bit Zen :)
2018-07-24 14:03
1 reply
#153
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Denmark Xipingu
Yeah it’s Nice :) it also creates smarter people because they learn how to tackle most things.
2018-07-24 23:33
You seem logical, how is it to live in Denmark? I live in Malmö with my wife and daughter atm, since like 3 years back, this town is fked up. I've got parents in a bit north of Sweden (also fked up).
2018-07-24 12:58
4 replies
What's so bad about Malmö?
2018-07-24 13:13
2 replies
ppl getting killed every week. I live in a calm area, still a police car burned down 200m away, a kidnapping accured in our stair, 6 ppl got shot 900 m away (3 were innocent). A while back it was only gang members killing gang members, now more and more innocent ppl gets shot etc. Rape-rate his getting higher and higher ... I just feel that I can't raise my daughter here ..
2018-07-24 13:18
1 reply
Sorry to hear that, mate. Read #131 below... sums it up pretty well.
2018-07-25 00:08
#131
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Denmark Xipingu
It's fine, we do have crime here as well but in most cities I'll say there is a certain calm to it. It's not like Malmö - I've read how it is like there in the past few months, and it sounds horrifying. In truth, Copenhagen (in a very few places) might be similar, albeit not as hard. Pick your place with care in Denmark, and it will be nice, calm and easy. We do have problems too, but they are not as big.
2018-07-24 13:25
Well... I don't know if it is a depressing country, since we are one of the most happy countries out there
2018-07-24 11:29
22 replies
sounds like fake news if you ask me
2018-07-24 11:33
2 replies
It's definitely not
2018-07-24 11:34
Lol there is nothing to do in Denmark, also danes are very selfish and arrogant people.
2018-07-24 11:51
9 replies
There is nothing to do in Denmark? Well it is true if you don't have any friends, and I guess that's the case with you.
2018-07-24 11:53
5 replies
I would rather commit a suicide than be in a friendship with a dane
2018-07-24 11:57
4 replies
I was not talking about being in a friendship with a dane, but having friends in general
2018-07-24 11:58
Thats how the world feels for germans so , the selfish part fits you much better as you and much more germans proved "there is nothing to do in Denmark lul austria/germany numba one". As well as you're the dumbfcks that thinks german should be the international language.. lol
2018-07-24 12:23
2 replies
Danish fakeflagger detected. Ashamed ?
2018-07-24 12:29
1 reply
> Germany > Fan of JW Lul ashamed , trash ?
2018-07-24 21:50
totally not typical for an austrian to have outragous depictions of other nationalities.
2018-07-24 12:29
2 replies
OK, end of the discussion. I am fed up with danish fags here
2018-07-24 12:32
1 reply
oh wow, he's also homophobic. 0/8 nt
2018-07-24 12:34
we are also a nation with the highest use of anti depressants. so stfu?
2018-07-24 12:11
1 reply
I have never said anything negative about your country lol. And if you're so proud of your own country then why hide it? :)
2018-07-24 12:15
just stfu idjot
2018-07-24 12:14
6 replies
"Opfør dig ordentligt i fremtiden" makes a lot of sense now
2018-07-24 12:16
5 replies
report from not english
2018-07-24 12:16
4 replies
Still doesn't change the fact :))
2018-07-24 12:16
3 replies
Dont understand, im fake flagging
2018-07-24 12:17
2 replies
Funny when it was you who wrote it
2018-07-24 12:17
1 reply
wrote what? I dont understand
2018-07-24 12:18
#124
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Denmark entify
you dont know shiet :D - majority in the country are very happy.
2018-07-24 13:03
I know based on your topic that this is a joke. Danish salary is about 500% better than an equivalent Polish one, should be a no brainer for anyone. Have a nice day!
2018-07-24 10:41
51 replies
What???
2018-07-24 10:42
50 replies
What kind of position have you been offered? I could give you an idea of the wage you could expect. And what would you approximately earn for the same position where you live in Poland? I know the wages have increased a lot in Poland in recent years, especially in major cities.
2018-07-24 10:45
Is this a serious question? If you move to work in Denmark you are under Danish law and so Danish work ethics apply which is about the best benefits in the world. Your base salary will be high even at minimum that countries like Germany, Holland and Norway/Sweden are the only ones able to compete. If it was me I wouldnt even consider, I would ask where to sign.
2018-07-24 10:49
48 replies
I didnt understand your point at first. Ok, i know now, but now u have to understand that money isnt everything for me, i dont want to leave my home place, my family and friends.
2018-07-24 10:58
10 replies
Denmark is allegedly the best place to live in Europe and you'll probably find new friends, plus your old ones aren't gone from the face of this earth, but it's a big leap to leave the country you grew up in and your family, I get that.
2018-07-24 11:19
6 replies
Why dont you live in Denmark then? Germany has way more to offer than Denmark
2018-07-24 12:18
5 replies
First of all, I said allegedly. Secondly, I just gave the guy my opinion to his question, that doesn't mean I hate living in Germany or anything.
2018-07-24 12:22
4 replies
Not good enough, you cannot talk nice about another country!!!!! REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
2018-07-24 12:23
3 replies
ikr? Some people are so narrow-minded, makes me sad.
2018-07-24 12:31
2 replies
Yeah, it's insane. Ofc a German and a Dane would prefer to live in their original country over the other, if they don't have a good job-offer in the other country... The countries are close to each other, they look alike a lot and the only real difference is language-barrier and cheaper cars in Germany. (at least when you compare the northern parts of Germany)
2018-07-24 12:35
1 reply
Well, I actually would like to live in another country, but that's mostly because I never really felt integrated in German-Society, or the fact, that I never had something like a national-identity. But that's just me. As for the other things you're right, my brother and his wife were married in Tonder and we're from Eastfrisia in the north-west of Germany and I was like "bring me here blindfolded and I'm sure it's not far from home" The language-barrier was actually fine, we had a vacation house in a very rural area, I know there's a lot of that, but still I came along with English just fine. Try that in my area and they will just speak German slower and louder :D
2018-07-24 12:47
At the beginning it will be hard but dont cry for friends,family,home.. U can go to gym,play games,sleep after work and will be fine
2018-07-24 11:30
There's also a decent amount of Polish residents in Denmark, so you should be able to find 'friends' with Polish roots. Furthermore you wont really have to learn the language as English will (almost) do anywhere and everywhere in the country... Planetickets are cheap as fuck to Poland, and it only takes 1-1½ hour, so you can go visit your family every now and then. About the people, Danes may seem a bit reserved compared to the likes of let's say Americans, but I feel like Danes and Poles are actually quite a like, especially when you consider what vast difference Danes and Poles grow up in, the huge difference in language and so on. What are you standing to make hourly there? :)
2018-07-24 12:23
Just try it! You can always move back! :) I lived in north of Sweden for all my life until I was 21, then I got a sick job offer in Cyprus. Back then I was at the same state of mind as you are now. I decided to move there for 6 months, ended up at 4 years :) Now a couple of years later I love myself for that decision. Taught me so much, got another perspective on things and all my family/friends are still here. So, based of experience, you've got nothing to loose! just do it! if it sucks, just move back.
2018-07-24 13:05
Tell him now and how much he have to spend for living there , and at the end how much money he will have in his pockets , cause in Germany and Holland rents and everyday costs are normal , in Denmark?!?!?! When you earn 4000 and you have to spend 3500 for living its not very good right???
2018-07-24 11:28
34 replies
for example 2500e salary -1000e rent -500e food and u have 1000e for life
2018-07-24 11:31
12 replies
Nice example , i dount about that 1000 euros Only rent but ok Still if you have 1000 euros for life , why to go there and not stay in your country with 800-900 euros??
2018-07-24 11:33
11 replies
My bro in sweden pay 1000e for rent
2018-07-24 11:35
9 replies
he stay with another people? or its 2 rooms appartment?
2018-07-24 11:37
1 reply
solo,1 room,kitchen,living room,wc
2018-07-24 11:39
1000e for a 1 room apartment? Expensive as fuck. Is he living in central Stockholm or something?
2018-07-24 12:07
6 replies
Göteborg i think central
2018-07-24 12:14
5 replies
Makes more sense then, still pretty expensive. Second hand contract?
2018-07-24 12:19
4 replies
Second hand contracts can be very expensive, got offer to rent out my 1,5-room apartment in central Göteborg for 11k SEK/month during this summer.
2018-07-24 17:18
3 replies
Yeah that's why I asked, second hand can be a bitch depending on location. That's a good offer for you though, out of curiosity, did you take it?
2018-07-24 17:20
2 replies
No I moved in like 4 weeks ago so was not a good time and decided to do some minor renovations in it aswell.
2018-07-24 17:25
1 reply
Seems like a solid choice then, hope the renovations are going well mate.
2018-07-24 17:26
You're such a damn hater.. swedes/danish are listing the facts and all you do is "i doubt , impossible" lmao
2018-07-24 12:29
well if his costs of living would double in denmark, it would still be extremely beneficial, as the average income in denmark is like 4.5-5 times higher than that of polands.
2018-07-24 11:43
4000 what? kroner? not possible to earn that little lol unless ur some kind of newpaper delivery boy... euro? no way it cost 3500 for living lol... dollars? still the same not even close to costing that much... I assume hes gonna live in copenhagen and yeah it can get expensive since there is a high demand but if hes rly lucky he can easily get an apartment 3-4 rooms for 700-900 euro but he will prob end up with a 2 room for 500-1000 euro. So 1000 euro + 150-200 euro for food etc (unless ofc he will eat junkfood and sushi every singleday then it will ofc be higher), internet 20-40 euro, phone 20-40 euro, so maybe a total of 1400 euro a month. And that is like the max he can end up paying and that is if hes job pays well, but i rly doubt hes gonna get an apartment for 1000 euro unless he can pay that so prob 500 euro or somewhere there and that just ends up costing him 800 euro a month.. FYI im sitting in a 4 room 95m2 apartment that cost 700 euro.. so dno where u get ur 3500 euro a month idea from.
2018-07-24 11:46
19 replies
Who lives with 150-200 euros for food in a month dude?? really now?? Also i speak for Euros , i dont know that kroner And i told an example
2018-07-24 11:46
18 replies
Sorry forgot xD greek and economy :D just use use use oh minus on my account oh what the hell xD use use use use use If u cant cook food for 150-200 euro a month for 1 single person something is horrible wrong. And i never said he cant use more ofc he can if he got the money im just telling u, u can live for 150-200 euro if u actually try. Sure ur not gonna get ur fav food every single day but thats just life..
2018-07-24 11:50
17 replies
I cook many years now , from university years . But lets be real , 150 -200 euros for food are shit , unless if you eat spaghetti half days . Only meat cost 7-8 euros for 1 day , i dont include bread-salad- tzatziki-beer
2018-07-24 11:52
16 replies
for 8 euro i cud easily make enough spaghetti that wud last a week lol... Unless ofc u eat for 3 ppl then sure it might become a problem... Anyway doesnt matter he can get an apartment for 500 euro and 300 for food, 100 or less for internet and phone etc... Still will be 900 euro and still leaves him with money to do whatever he want with (i assume... still got no idea what he gets paid)
2018-07-24 12:00
10 replies
Obviously you are baitinng or you live with your parents and dont know nothing , unfortunately for you we have 2018 and internet . Ask your parents how much they pay per month for internnet -phone-electricity ?? its 40 euros as you said??? or 200 ?? Also you say that you live in a 4 room 95m2 apartment that cost 700 euro #54 xD As far as i know this house cost more than 1800 there and you say 700?!?!?! expatistan.com/cost-of-living/copenhagen.. I understand that you are from there and you think its wonderland
2018-07-24 12:06
7 replies
Those stats are wrong on that site. I got friends living in copenhagen in 2-3 bedroom apartments for less than 800/month. Not even in bad neighbourhoods.
2018-07-24 12:13
4 replies
Site tell 45m appartment 975 euros , you say 800 euros , i accept it , its 100 euros diffrence at the end This guy above tell 95m appartment cost 700 euros rent , site or the friend above is retard??
2018-07-24 12:15
3 replies
Site is retarded, not the dane. Those 3 bedroom apartments I think is around 80sqm. And it's a semi-nice neighbourhood pretty central in copenhagen. First-hand contract though, I'm not sure if the site only counts 2nd hand. If you don't live in some of the nicest neighbourhoods I doubt it's any issues finding 4r 95sqm for 700.
2018-07-24 12:18
Gamias it REALLY depends on what you're looking at, when you're looking at rent in Denmark. If you're looking at 2nd hand prices can be really high, and a 70m apartment can easily cost 2k €/month in Copenhagen. But if you get 1st hand, you can get very cheap. My sister had an aparment, 55m, in Brønshøj*. That was 600 EUR with everything paid but electricity. *Brønshøj is a part of Copenhagen
2018-07-24 12:29
I live in the central of Copenhagen(Frederiksberg) i pay around 550 euro's with internet for a 57m2 apartment. Its not that bad i think
2018-07-24 12:48
I give up ur clueless... im so sorry i didnt go through every fking thing with u bcus its so irrelevant and still doesnt even get near what u assume it will cost... but whatever believe what u want. Anyway im so nice to u and yes this picture i.imgur.com/v4GN4pi.jpg from my rent is totally fake mhmmmm there u go 4000 dkk (535 euro) for 95m2 now please disappear u clueless troll :( Next thing ur gonna ask is prove that its 95m2? right??
2018-07-24 12:18
Def better than Greece and your dumb fake facts lol "Suicides , you cant live for 1200euro etc blabla babyrage"
2018-07-24 12:37
This guy is clearly failing at life.
2018-07-24 12:20
1 reply
Sure it can get expensive living in denmark but its like ppl make it look like its unlivable here xD and ofc ppl wud think that if they keep thinking what these "how much does it cost sites" is true...
2018-07-24 12:28
150-200 euro for food in a month is average. I eat porkloin, tenderloins, steak and all that and spend roughly 180 on average per month in a single household. If you go out to eat every single day you will pay way more than that, but if you can cook by yourself in all honesty you shouldn't be spending more if you're living by yourself.
2018-07-24 12:10
4 replies
yeah , but for real now , considering we speak for someone who wants to immigrate for a better life , better life means that you will go out , you will eat 1-2 times out per week , in reality you need about 400 euros per month , ofc you can spend 100 per month and eat 24/7 spaggeti and eggs , but is this life??
2018-07-24 12:12
3 replies
400 euros per month for food for a single person? Dude, you won't pay that even if you go out to eat 1-2 times per week. Unless you order the finest whiskey they have at the same time. I go out to eat with friends each friday at afterwork and still not even close to going over 200. I can't speak for how life is in greece, but unless you're being a dumbdumb with your money you can buy great groceries and have great meals at home for what I just stated previously.
2018-07-24 12:16
2 replies
Don't bite, he keeps coming up with X costs Y a month, when he's told otherwise he moves the goalposts and starts talking shit about something else. Ignore him.
2018-07-24 12:20
1 reply
I don't mind, I'm bored anyway. Cheers though.
2018-07-24 12:21
#138
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Switzerland codplayer
hey don‘t forget the other country with a withe + in it.
2018-07-24 14:30
#152
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Denmark Notallama
Well.. this is pretty much entirely wrong. The benefits you are talking about comes from being in a suitable workers union, which almost everyone is. There are Poles picking strawberries in southern jutland for next to no money. (As low as 26kr. an hour). There isn't actually any official minimum salary in Denmark whatsoever... not by law. They are negotiated by the unions, for their members. wageindicator.org/salary/minimum-wage/de..
2018-07-24 22:02
#8
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Denmark rizc
Havent really seen much of the company, but just had a look at their financial results for the last year, and they look solid. To be honest, i have no idea how their business model works (since i wouldnt use their products), but their company looks legit.
2018-07-24 10:43
3 replies
+1. Never heard about them, but they look legit.
2018-07-24 10:46
Thanks for a research :) Tbh I dont want to stay there for a long time, i just want to earn some better money that I wouldnt earn in my home country. Any way i still have to consider that i really have to go there.
2018-07-24 11:02
1 reply
#28
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Denmark rizc
Money might be better, but everyone else costs way more in Denmark. The cost of living (rent, food etc) is almost the highest in Europe. But if the offer is good and they treat you well (and help you with the legal side, taxes etc) - i say go for it :-)
2018-07-24 11:12
And another immigrant from Poland.
2018-07-24 10:44
7 replies
yes, but it seems he has a job which means he will pay taxes thus supporting danish economy ... not like immigrants in france living on social welfare and ruining economy instead
2018-07-24 10:47
5 replies
+1 But to be fair, the french economy is more fucked by their massively outdated employment policies which makes it near impossible to fire people. Also funny how the French don't seem to mind immigrants when it comes to their soccer team, but talks shit any other chance they get.
2018-07-24 10:52
In fact that's people who are living on social welfare are well and truly french and you're right they're ruining the economy, but expulsing immigrants won't change anything unfortunately ...
2018-07-24 11:07
#27
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France kaffezera
+1
2018-07-24 11:07
#30
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Norway AleXeiCS
+1 france just got oof'd
2018-07-24 11:15
Not like polish immigrants in France you meant.
2018-07-24 17:10
Im just going there for 4-6 months, thats bcoz i can earn there 4 to 5 times that much like in Poland. Half of the year there = 2 or more years in Poland. Thats a huge amount of saved time, huh ?
2018-07-24 10:55
#14
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Ukraine petruska
toilet cleaner
2018-07-24 10:51
3 replies
poor slav tallking haha :).
2018-07-24 10:55
2 replies
#23
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Ukraine petruska
can't response u, cuz i currently busy by cleaning the toilet in poland
2018-07-24 10:58
1 reply
gl petrushka.
2018-07-24 10:58
go work bro gl.
2018-07-24 10:54
If you happy about your life in poland and never cry in your bed that wish I was born in tier1 country with good salary and life. Then stay. If you wonder about bigger salary and better life and your own house and audi with kids and wife. Then go to denmark, wtf you wait for? Every country has shit boss and shit job but once you get work experience in that country its your ticket to future... Kids nowadays ask too much and then wonder why they dont get job. If I was going to get offered job with significantly better salary in country I could move to. I would ask where is the plane tickets?
2018-07-24 10:55
YOU TOOK OUR JOBS
2018-07-24 11:13
1 reply
U can came for mine job in Poland :)
2018-07-24 11:20
Yes you can
2018-07-24 11:20
never heard of them, watch out for scammers
2018-07-24 11:30
1 reply
#65
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Denmark Holo3
nt Trump
2018-07-24 12:02
#45
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Denmark Jehova
You will get some good money, and many people from poland live in Denmark so you can easy find some friends.
2018-07-24 11:32
#69
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Sweden crindz
yeah, why not? denmark is nice, and you'll be able to earn some decent money. but finding a place to stay at could be tricky i guess. finding people to chill with is no problem been hammered in copenhagen more than once, so you can trust me.
2018-07-24 12:12
take the job. denmark has good healthcare and job security. What it lacks is fucking weather that supports the human psyche and it lacks real people who arent on some fake shit
2018-07-24 12:13
#100
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Denmark Xipingu
Of course you can earn more than in Poland, lol
2018-07-24 12:22
#118
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Denmark Ulver
The cost of living will crush any dream you might have of make some money. Many foreign students or guest workers live together or in tiny rented rooms, in order to save money. My advice would be to skip the job offer because Datamarked work with refurbishing of laptops so I bet the job is going to be depressing as well.
2018-07-24 12:41
2 replies
Thanks for your point. I want to go there for not longer than half of a year. My employer is offering me to rent a room in house with other workers ( 3 people already there, and 1 place left) for 1000 PLN for a month, and salary around 10000 PLN. I just want to earn some money, and back to home land. Then with some budget go to study.
2018-07-24 13:02
1 reply
I would look around online (there's sites where you can see cost of living in Denmark) and maybe try and roughly budget out what it would cost for you to live here. Overall I have very few negative things to say about my country (I'm biased of course), the two worst things being the weather and cost of living. However, the weather isn't extreme, so even if it can be a bit depressing to have those long stretches of grey weather and light rain, it's pretty easy to deal with. It's a nice place to live, just don't forget that our taxes are pretty heavy to pay for our universal healthcare so maybe take that into consideration when looking at your pay.
2018-07-24 14:30
Thanks a lot for ur points of view and every opinion. I cant answer for every single one post, but thanks u all!
2018-07-24 13:08
Don't think twice if you have opportunity for move to a country like Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland or Norway. Fucking lucky people mann :'(((
2018-07-24 14:19
How much
2018-07-24 14:26
#145
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Denmark Jimz2740
Guys all you need to know about Denmark xD ! youtube.com/watch?v=HgQKJc8kHoI
2018-07-24 17:20
JEG TALER IKKE DANSK
2018-07-24 17:25
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