Job searching in Norway doesn’t have to be a full-time job.

Updated: Oct 2, 2018

Tips and guidance from someone who is familiar with the job-hunting concept in Norway can come in handy. Honestly, I would have certainly appreciated a tip or two regarding job-hunting when I first moved to Norway a year ago. Luckily, it is never too late to learn something new.

On the second part of the Work and Language Series held on 29 Oct. 2018 our guest speaker Samira Cherif will share her expertise on how to best prepare for the process of job search and all that awaits you. Wondering if this workshop is right for you?

Ask yourself the following, do you know:

How and where to look for jobs?

How to read a job ad?

How much Norwegian is needed to get a certain position?

If questions like this keep popping up for you then the Work and Language series will not only give you the answers, but it will also boost your confidence and positive attitude during the search for your first job in Norway.

The second event in this series on 29 Oct. 2018 will focus on the essentials of the job search and language requirements in Norway. You will also have the chance to address some of your questions and concerns and receive individual feedback.

Join us for the event and learn how you can improve your chances of finding a relevant job in Norway - with exactly the skills and background you have.

Follow the link to sign up:

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