Artisans and doctors are asking Skandinavien. But for a fresh start, it needs more than a language course.
Only 4.9203 million people living in Norway which are about ten inhabitants per square kilometer. Gert Rietmann, who has a five-million mark in sight formulated the other way around it: The Green Card is available in our Rietmann is managing director of the agency placement in Norway Stordal, on behalf of various municipalities and communities in Norway, Sweden and Denmark in Scandinavia is to lure newcomers permanent from Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. He started in 2003 as a one-man company, now has six staff and his agency in 2000 in the Nordic countries accompanied Auswanderwillige.
The Scandinavian labor market is attractive.
So it’s not surprising that the Norwegian education database language courses in Berlin are currently most in demand. But that’s just the beginning. Apart from the language at least basic skills are required in every industry requires a lot of preparation emigration. Specific training, an all-around package, there is not. It takes a lot of initiative to prepare for life in the new country and adjust to find the appropriate counseling. What are the business codes it, how does the company? Also crafts, employment agencies and yours, an EU program for job mobility in Europe, help to emigrate.
On the placement site, there is numerous job: Since bus drivers are looking for, electricians, doctors, a psychiatrist, nurses, and accountants. However, applicants who seek only one job and then for a short time not our target group outlined Rietmann his job. Preferred families with children and people who love Scandinavia and its people, landscape, and culture and be able to imagine, to stay forever. We look for individuals who have an interest and expertise in the communities of our customers might want to even start their own businesses, such as in tourism, construction, and trade.
On the other hand helps Monika Schneider, when Raphael plant in Hamburg, where people with specific migration advice and ideas for exploration of individual expectations. The so-called work-life balance is in the Scandinavian countries are often rated as more positive than here in Germany, she says. The situation in the workplace is often perceived as more relaxed and there are fewer shifts and more attractive salaries, despite the higher cost of living at the same time. Also, find many German family policy models. Society is very leisure-oriented, there is few overtime. The reason: it costs the employer much more than the normal working hours, overtime, therefore, be avoided as much as possible. In addition, the in-house training in Norway is very well marked.
Especially in Germany, trained craftsmen are welcome in Scandinavia. So they can start directly in the rule, not specific training is needed. Only in the electricity and water sector, it is strict: Electricians need three years professional experience and gaining recognition for the qualification. Craftsmen from the sanitation sector must imitate a certificate to work in Norway. In my experience it is not otherwise recognized obstacles, degrees, and qualifications, says Rietmann. German doctors are also very popular.