We are known for our work-life balance in Denmark


Denmark is known for prioritising a work-life balance, and for us to be able to perform at work, it is important that the whole family thrives on a daily basis. Childcare is available in all municipalities, and there are networks and consultants on hand in most cities to welcome newcomers.

As a general rule, everyone has a 37-hour working week with 6 weeks holiday a year. You can read more about living and working in Denmark here.

Taxes in Denmark are high in order to fund the strong welfare system. You can read more about the tax system here

Central Denmark Region is located in the western part of Denmark as one of the country’s five regions, home to approx. 1.3 million inhabitants. Here you will find beautiful nature, forests, beaches and many cultural attractions.

We are close to the university cities of Aarhus, Aalborg and Odense, with Billund international airport at an easy distance by car. You can read more about Central Denmark Region here.