Doctor jobs in Denmark
- Specialist General medicine
- Specialist Respiratory medicine
- Specialist Cardiology
- Specialist Gastroenterology
- Specialist Endocrinology and diabetes mellitus
- Specialist Rheumatology
- Specialist Neurology
- Specialist General psychiatry
- Specialist Anesthesiology
- Specialist General surgery
- Specialist Vascular surgery
- Specialist Ophthalmology
- Specialist Urology
- Specialist Clinical radiology
- Specialist Histopathology
- Specialist Child and adolescent psychiatry
- Specialist Dentistry
Denmark is a small country with a population of only 5.5 million people yet has one of the largest coast lines in Europe and is one of the world's oldest monarchies with a history that stretches back to the Viking Age around the year 1000. Danish society rests on the foundation of the Danish constitution of 1849, and the political system has since been characterized by broad solutions across the political divide. Denmark is often cited as one of the world's best countries to live in.
Denmark prides itself on having a healthy work-life balance. The Danish welfare model, with its flexible working conditions and social support networks, including maternity leave and childcare facilities, not only puts Denmark at the top of the international equality league table, but also contributes to a generally high standard of living.
For some, work is a major priority, while for others family and leisure time are valued more highly. There are as many work-life balance equations as there are individuals.
- Climate – Temperate
- Weather – Mild
- Winter – -13°C – 0°C (9°F – 32°F)
- Spring – 5°C – 15°C (41°F – 59°F)
- Summer – 18°C – 26°C (64°F – 79°F)
- Fall: 24°C – 5°C (75°F – 41°F)
Anyone who receives a Danish residence permit and a civil registry number (CPR number) is entitled to Danish health insurance. The person will then be issued a health insurance card ('sundhedskort') as documentary proof of the right to public healthcare services. The health insurance card acts as an admittance card to the health care system.
The Copenhagen Opera House is a donation from the A.P. Møller and Chastine McKinney Møller Foundation to the Danish people. It totals 41,000 square meters. Five of the fourteen storeys are subterranean. The main stage of the opera seats an audience of 1400.
The Danes like sports – as participants, spectators and in front of the television. Almost two million actively participate in sports as members of an association. Almost two thirds of all children and young people are engaged in organized sports in their leisure time.
Football is the national sport of Denmark and the most popular sport played here. Currently there are nearly 300,000 players and 1,614 clubs registered with the Danish Football Association.
- A meal at an inexpensive restaurant: 14.05 €
- A three-course meal for two at a mid-ranged restaurant: 70.60 €
- 1 Liter of milk: 0.91 €
- Fresh white Bread: 2.39 €
- 1 kilogram of oranges: 2.81 €
- 1 kilogram of potatoes: 1.45 €
- 1 kilogram of chicken breasts: 9.08 €
- A monthly pass for the local transport system: 52.42 €
- 1 km with a taxi with normal tariff: 1.57 €
- 1 liter of gasoline: 1.65 €
- Monthly utilities: 131.47 €
- 1 minute of pre-paid mobile tariff: 0.11 €
- Internet access (6Mbps, Flat Rate, Cable/ADSL): 23.35 €
- The monthly fee for an adult at a fitness center: 42.65 €
- 1 hour tennis court rent in the weekend: 16.79 €
- 1 seat in the cinema for an international release: 11.46 €
- The rent for a 1 bedroom apartment ranges from 630.97 - 842 €
- The rent for a 3 bedroom apartment: 1,082.15 – 1,497.72 €
|Tax Base (in DKK)||€||Tax|
|0 to 41 000||0 - 5515.69||0 %|
|41 001 - 279 800||5515.83 - 37641.23||37.48 %|
|279 801 - 335 800||37641.36 - 45174.86||43.48 %|
|335 801 - Over||45174.99 - Over||59 %|
1DKK ≈ 7,43 EUR