Find a job in Denmark
Here you can find a lot of information about how to find a job in Denmark, learn about employment rules and regulations, and get prepared for commuting between Sweden and Denmark.
Holiday when you work in Denmark
If you work in Denmark, you are subject to the Danish holiday legislation called "Ferieloven". You have the right to go on five weeks of holiday, but you should note that the Danish holiday year runs from 1st of May in the one year until 30th of April in the following year.
How to write a good application when applying for a job in Denmark
A good application consists of a personal letter and a CV. A good CV gives the reader a quick overview of your experience and skills. In the letter you describe why you are applying for the job and highlight some of the skills you have described in detail in your CV.
Child care when you work in Denmark
There are no rules in Denmark that match the Swedish rules about care for a sick child (VAB). This means that you are not always entitled to paid leave to look after a sick child. Many employment contracts nevertheless allow employees to stay at home one or two days with a sick child while receiving full pay.
Border control when entering Sweden
The Swedish police carry out border control when you travel from Denmark to Sweden. This means that you must show valid identification when entering Sweden. Read about the implications this has for commuters between Sweden and Denmark and the type of identification that is accepted.
Permission to drive a Swedish registered vehicle in Denmark
If you want to drive a car in Denmark that is registered in Sweden, you should be aware that there are strict limitations depending on whether you commute across the Sound, live temporarily in Denmark or have a permanent address in Denmark.