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Best city to move to in Norway : Hi Reddit! My partner and I are hoping to move to Norway this year (we live in the UK so we would ideally like to go before 31st December this year as we will be out of the EU/EEA) however we have only been learning the language for about 2 months. We are thinking of moving to Trondheim but I've been told that Oslo is more 'forgiving' for people who are still learning the language with regards to job opportunities etc. I am happy to start with any job at the mome
Visiting Norway: Free extensive breakfast or kitchenette : I am trying to be somewhat budget conscious on my upcoming trip and for the 3days in Trondheim I am finding I can get a kitchenette or get a free extensive breakfast. Pros kitchenette: can bring/food to cook, dinner and lunch are usually more expensive Cons kitchenette: much more limited in food for I won't buy 3+ different cheese, variety veggies, breads, pastries (I'm vegetarian, my friend is not). Pros free breakfast: I am huge brek
I want to move from the UK to Norway before the end of the year, what should my gameplan be? : Im a recent IT grad working my first job in the UK and I want to make the move to Norway. How do I actually make sure I have a decent chance of landing a job? Like when applying for jobs online, I imagine that if a company has a lot of great local candidates, my application is gonna get tossed in the bin (if it wasnt already because my CV was in English). Currently, I kinda feel like im throwing applic
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