How to Find a Job in Norway

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Stop dreaming of your ideal job in Norway: Go out there and get it! Landing a job in Norway is the most difficult hurdle to overcome as a newcomer to the country. Even the most experienced expat has to compete against a highly educated workforce with near-native English language ability. But there is a way through! By following a proven strategy, this book will help you to: – Understand the job market in Norway – Find the job vacancies best suited for you – Discover what Norwegians are looking for in an employee – Succeed with the job interview by knowing exactly what to expect – Avoid the most common mistakes made by foreigners Norwegian employment and recruitment expert Ingrid Romundset Fabrello has years of experience leading workshops and one-on-one consulting to help English-speaking foreigners in Norway land a job. She shares her expertise and very best advice from helping a diverse range of foreigners into the Norwegian job market. Her co-author David Nikel has spent seven years running a website for foreigners in Norway, and has been through the recruitment process himself several times. He receives questions and hears stories from his fellow expats on a daily basis, so understands exactly what the challenges are. Whether you’re a single professional dreaming of a new life in Norway, or a trailing spouse looking to fill your days, How to Find a Job in Norway will help you hit your employment goal.

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2 reviews for How to Find a Job in Norway

  1. Kindle Customer

    It’s a very informative and positive.If you are looking for an advice about how to find a job or start your own business in Norway this book can help you.

  2. Angelo Brazil

    Useful informationThe book provides useful information and is very straight to the point. It is recommended for anyone who is thinking about or already actively looking for a job in Norway. And it has the advantage of presenting both a foreigner’s and a native’s perspective on the theme, since one of the authors is British and the other is Norwegian.

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