A European cooperation network of employment services

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Launched in 1994, EURES is a European cooperation network of employment services, designed to facilitate the free movement of workers.

The Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment is the national coordination office for EURES and coordinates EURES activities and services in Denmark.

EURES staff are specially trained in recruitments across Europe and can provide job seekers with information on job search in Denmark and living and working conditions in Denmark.

Denmark has approximately 20 EURES staff in the Workindenmark centre in Odense and a number of job centres.

Each job centre has at least one EURES contact person who has necessary knowledge about EURES services.

EURES portal 

The EURES portal is the European job mobility portal. This free-of-charge portal has more than 3 million vacancies across Europe. The site has approximately 2,000 vacancies in Danish and English.

Workindenmark, part of the Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment, is part of EURES. is the official website regarding international recruitment and has 2,000 to 3,000 vacancies in English from different Danish websites. The largest majority of jobs listed at the website do not require a command of Danish. also offers an e-learning course regarding job search in Denmark called 'Make It Work in Denmark'. 

EURES staff in Denmark can provide you with relevant information regarding job search, living and working conditions in Denmark. If you are interested, please contact one of EURES staff. 

It is free of charge to contact EURES staff. We strive to return your inquiry as soon as possible.

Targeted Mobility Scheme (TMS) is an EU mobility scheme with the aim to increase mobility of workers and match those to employers with shortages in EU. Target groups are jobseekers aged 18 or older and employers from an EU country, Norway or Iceland.
Through The Targeted Mobility Scheme, jobseekers can get financial support for an interview trip abroad, recognition of qualifications, relocation expenses as well as training, for instance language courses. Small and medium-sized enterprises can apply for financial support to cover some of the training costs and helping the new employee or trainee get settled.

Last updated: 04 April 2024