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How to Find an English Speaking Job in Denmark

How to Find an English Speaking Job in Denmark

Denmark has a number of international companies seeking English speaking employee’s. Even some of the smaller Danish companies are now thinking globally and starting to employ English speaking candidates, in order to appeal to an international market and utilise other skills. Although a small country, the competition for these jobs is fierce, due, in part to the very high level of English, most Danes speak.

Here are some simple, but effective tips to help locate an English speaking position in Denmark.

Job Websites and Helpful Links

There are a number of governmental offices and other agencies, in place to provide guidance to foreigners, that want to work in Denmark. That doesn’t mean that it will be easy, but its a great way to gather information and give you an idea of the companies currently recruiting.

Work in Denmark is the Danish governments attempt at welcoming and enlightening you to everything Danish. Work in Denmark 

How to Live in Denmark is the brainchild of an American journalist, that settled here some decades ago. With experience, working within the corporate world and a popular podcast, her lighthearted articles are also worth a read. How to Live in Denmark

Job Portals and Agencies

Jobindex – this has an email alert system, and is very popular with recruiters and companies. Use the search function to search job, company or key words.

Indeed – this is a work agency, that often has positions in different industries.

Copenhagen airport – if you’d like a job at the airport, jobs are announced here:

If you’d like a job at one of the shops / restaurants or other facilities in the airport, then you’ll need to contact them directly via their website. is another search portal for vacancies. Its basic, but does have some English-speaking positions.

The official job centre online resource, this website often has English speaking positions. And a range of mostly unskilled positions.



It’s expensive to recruit in Denmark, so employers often utilise their network to find the right candidate.

Utilise yours to find the right position for you.

    • LinkedIn –  make sure that your profile picture is professional and that you have updated your last place of employment. Also, be sure to set your status to seeking employment.
    • Email – Sign up for email alerts with all the top recruiters (see the list above). You can usually set your own search criteria and will be sent weekly alerts when vacancies match your search.
    • Google + – If you are unsure of your SEO potential, then using this is a sure-fire way to get your story out and into the search engines.
    • Facebook – like and follow the companies you wish to work for. Also use your network by creating a post about you and what you are seeking. Make the post public and ask people to share it.
    • Instagram – follow the companies that interest you. And connect with those you wish to work for or with.


Don’t sit around and wait for a recruiter to come knocking, that pretty woman recruitment style went out in the 80’s! If you would like to find employment, then take charge and make it happen!

Welcome Group Consulting proudly supports the international community with initiatives towards employment, education and community. To work with us or to receive help with finding employment you can read more on our website here.

Prefer to chat to someone in real life? No problem, we have an Employment Guidance HOTLINE, manned by experienced guidance advisors ready to listen and jump into action. You can book a call by clicking here. 

Want 1:1 help towards achieving your career goals? Then why not consider employment assistance membership. Our membership is designed to give you all the information you need to help you identify your best assets in a way that speaks to Danish employers, we then help you to create a CV and cover letter that incorporates Danish customs and adheres to the unspoken rules. Our membership has been so successful that we can proudly boast a 70% success rate of finding people paid employment within 3 months. Now that is help I wish I’d of had when I arrived!  Read more or become a member by clicking here. 

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  1. Hi I am Jejean, 25 years old and currently looking for a job. I have graduated Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management. As of the moment, I am studying danish language or PD3 module 2. I had been working before in Merkado Seafood Restaurant and in Accenture, Philippines.

    1. Hi Jejeen,
      Thanks for getting touch.
      A member of our team will contact you shortly with more details of how Welcome Group Consulting can help you find employment.
      Looking forward to chatting soon.

      1. Hello from Albania,I’m a 38 years old carpenter and I would like to move and live with my family in Denmark,I speak English,Greek and italian,I’m looking for a job contract to work there,if someone can help me please reply me in my email,thank you for your time.

        1. Hello Oltion,

          Thanks for getting in touch.
          Take a look at our website for further details of how we can help you.
          With relocation packages and employment assistance I’m sure you’ll find something that suits your situation.
          You can read more here:

          All the best,

          The WGC Team

  2. Hi!
    I’m looking for a student job from end of June and I’m very interested in the position you offer. I have years of experience in cleaning,waitressing ,bartending, costumer reception and public relations so I’m sure I’m perfect for the job! As a person I’m very outgoing, cheerful and positive and I will fit in any working environment ! Just take a look at my cv and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask !
    Looking forward to hear from you.

    1. Hi Lappa,
      Thanks for getting in touch! If you’d like to be considered for a position with Welcome Group Consulting, then please visit our website and submit your application, with cover letter and CV. Alternatively, our Employment Assistance is designed to help you find suitable Employment, fast! Visit Employment Assistance on our website or contact us for more information.

  3. Hi! I am Cristina and I am looking for a job in Gram 6510 or somewhere closer. I worked as a saleswoman in Romania.

    1. Hi Christina,
      Thanks for getting in touch. We can certainly help out, if you’re looking for employment in Gram. Please feel free to read a little more about our Employment Assistance on our website at
      Or contact us through our website, should you require further assistance.
      All the best,

  4. hello there. I am moving to randers from the u.k in December, I don’t have any higher education qualifications, but have years of experience in the retail sector as well as working in Londons west end as a stage hand and audio engineer, I am also currently I music producer ( though thats not exactly a job easy to find )
    I am learning danish now too.
    hopefully there is something about for me

    1. Hi there Stefan,
      Nice to hear from you.
      How exciting with your upcoming move to Denmark!
      Retail is always a good industry to get into when seeking English speaking employment. Take a look at our free articles on how to apply for jobs here in Denmark. It’s a little different from the rest of the world, so you may find some helpful tips there.
      In addition to our free articles we also offer Employment Assistance in the form of membership. Take a look at our website under ‘membership’ to sign up.
      Our membership grants access to an online forum posting only English speaking positions for the whole of Denmark (including Randers), a one2one meeting each month with industry and job specific guidance to get you employed as quickly as possible.
      I hope this helps.
      Good luck with the move and please feel free to contact us again, if we can help in anyway.

      All the best,
      The WGC Team

  5. Hi I am Supriya looking for a job, i am a engineering graduate and got experience in that field but soon I changed my interest and started working as a teacher in kindergarten so I have experience in teaching and want to continue that but I don’t know danish .so can you please help me out to find a job in Copenhagen.
    Thanks in advance.
    I hope I will hear from you asap.

    1. Hello Supriya, thanks for reaching out! If you currently live in Denmark and would like help or advice with locating English speaking positions or identifying your assets according to the Danish market and what is best suited, then perhaps one of our free Employment Workshops would be of interest. Click HERE for more details.
      If you would like a 1-2-1 service with meetings and support, then perhaps our Employment Membership would help, click HERE for more details.
      All the best,
      The WGC Team

  6. Hi
    Im Mateo Lici im from albania but i stay in dk. I just have finished my bachelor in law school. But i have worked in construction for while and i have experience there. Im looking for i job in construction. Also i speak a very good english.

    1. Hello Mateo,
      Great to hear from you. There are a number of ways we can help you into the employment market in Denmark. Firstly our Employment Assistance membership is designed to guide and support and with a 1-2-1 meeting each month we’ll get you to where you want to be quickly. You can read more about our membership HERE.
      We also have a number of free Employment Assistance workshops. Online registration is required, click HERE.
      The best of luck with your job hunt.
      The WGC Team

  7. I am a 27 year old economics graduate, who is currently studying towards a Masters in Financial Engineering. I am married to a Dane but we both live in Beijing, China.

    Recently my husband and I have spoken of moving back to Denmark, but I would like to know my employment prospects before the move. It would also be great to have someone talk me through the job-hunting process as a non-citizen.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    1. Hi Meela,
      Great to hear from you and greetings from Denmark!
      We have a number of services that may help in your currant situation. You could arrange a 1-2-1 chat with one of our consultants (also available via Skype) that can advise on the job-hunting process and the very ‘real’ possibility of finding employment in Denmark. That would be included in our membership, which includes a monthly 1-2-1 session advising and guiding you to your goal. Our membership is monthly, however has no binding period and once you have received the information you require you can cancel at anytime. We pride ourselves in not having members for more than 3 months, as the majority find employment within this timeframe. To purchase the membership click HERE.
      Another solution (that is free) is to read our useful Employment articles which are provided free of charge on our website. Covering things like what is expected in a CV in Denmark, plus lots of other useful information. You can read our articles HERE.
      Please feel free to contact us again, should you have any further questions.

      The WGC Team

  8. My name is Leonard
    I am from Albania but I live in Greece the last 25 years.
    I would like to live and work in Denmark while Denmark is my favourite country for many reasons. I just need your help to find a job in this beautiful country ,
    I would be grateful to if you can to help me to make my dream true.
    I am a specialist building with over twenty years experience in construction and reconstruction Hotels ,Bars , Restaurants , Houses etc ,. I speak English, Greek and Albanian language. I am very excited to be in your country and to share my experience about building systems services working in your country.
    I am waiting for your answer,
    Thank you very much for taking the time to read my message.
    My best regards

    1. Hi Leonard,
      Great to hear from you! Although I share your love of Denmark, it is also important to be realistic about the reality of living and working here. It is extremely difficult to find English speaking employment, cheap accommodation is scarce and making friends can be difficult. That being said if you are ready to make the move, then there are a number of things you should do to ensure a smooth relocation. Try reading our 6 Tips for a great relocation to Denmark.
      Securing employment before you arrive is certainly a bonus and will save time and energy.
      Please feel free to contact a member of the team should you have any further questions or wish further assistance with relocating to Denmark.
      Best regards,
      The WGC Team

  9. Hello, I am from India.I am an engineering graduate. I am looking for english speaking jobs in Denmark. I have 2 years of experience as a process executive for British telecommunications. Is it possible for me to get a english speaking job in Denmark. I would love to relocate to Denmark.

    1. Great to hear from you! Although Denmark is a wonderful place to live and work, it is extremely difficult to find English speaking employment, accommodation is expensive and making friends can be difficult. However, if you are ready to make the move, then there are a number of things you should do to ensure a smooth relocation. Try reading our 6 Tips for a great relocation to Denmark:
      Securing employment before you arrive is a good suggestion and will save time and energy.
      Please feel free to contact a member of the team should you have any further questions or wish further assistance with relocating to Denmark.
      Best regards,
      The WGC Team

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