Moving To Demark
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Moving To Demark

How I Turned My Job Interview Into a Job Offer

The decision that helped me stay in Denmark.

Denmark, December 2015. I was preparing for my Ph.D. defense and looking for a job.

My little family loved this peaceful country. We decided to stay here. If I got nothing before the work permit expired in 4 months, we would return Vietnam and restart everything.

It was hard to get a job in Denmark, especially for those who didn’t speak Danish. It was harder for a new graduate in theoretical mathematics to apply for…

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A publication by and for foreigners who come to Denmark to study, work and live. We publish inspiration, true stories, advice, lessons learned and more.

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