Relocate to Denmark

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Experienced Software Developer(IoT, Machine Learning, AI, Linux, C++, C#, Java, Python, Go, Ruby)

Copenhagen, Denmark

ILIAS Solutions

Salary: 5,200 € - 7,200 €
Living and working
Located in the southernmost part of Scandinavia, Denmark is the gateway between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. Denmark is a coastal country with long white beaches. The landscape is mostly flat with rolling hills, green fields and woods. A clean environment is important to the Danes. Because of it, the bicycle is the preferred means of urban transportation. Copenhagen is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world – with priority bicycle green waves and bicycle-friendly traffic regulation. The Danes are well educated, well informed, yet at the same time enjoy a distinctly Danish informality. This gives the Danes a relaxed and often humorous attitude to authorities and life itself. Most Danes also have a good command of English, so you will find it easy to live in Denmark even if you do not speak Danish. Denmark is a very safe and secure country with a low crime rate. Time and time again, international surveys celebrate Denmark as the “happiest' country in the world”. This, of course, does not mean that Danes are constantly cheering in the streets. What the surveys show is that the Danes enjoy a very high level of satisfaction with life. They enjoy a balanced work life with a sense of financial security and the freedom and opportunity to pursue personal goals in life.
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The climate of Denmark is cold in winter and mild in summer; being influenced by the ocean, it's less cold than one might think. In fact, clouds, humidity, rain and wind are predominant. The country is small and flat, so there are little climatic differences between the areas, however, the western coasts and the small islands are windier and more temperate than the mainland and the biggest islands.
18 c
Average summer
-2 c
Average winter