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Sabrina leder efter en babysitter eller barnepige - babysitterjob i Vallensbæk Nordmark
Sitly - Vallensbæk Nordmark, null, dk
Jeg har 1 barn, han hedder Aske, han er fdt d.Pt er jeg alenemor, da faderen og jeg er igang med en sag i familie retshuset, faderen bor ikke i mit hjem og kan ikke lse sig ind.Hvis det er pasning med overnatning har jeg ny dyne og nye puder samt en sofa der kan kres ud (i stuen) Jeg for brug for ba...read more.

Kimmie leder efter en babysitter eller barnepige - babysitterjob i Taastrup
Sitly - Taastrup, Capital Region of Denmark, dk
Jeg er alenemor til to sknne piger p 4 r og knap 1 r Jeg har brug for hjlp til at hente pigerne ca.Derudover har jeg brug for pasning af og til i weekender - om eftermiddagen og aften med putning.Begge mine brn er glade og bne overfor mennesker og de elsker begge at bruge kroppen i leg....read more.

Mette leder efter en babysitter eller barnepige - babysitterjob i København
Sitly - Copenhagen, null, dk
Jeg er solomor til Theodor og sger en stabil babysitter som elsker brn og kan hjlpe os lidt i hverdagen og nogle aftener engang i mellem....read more.

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Directory of Farms, Orchards, etc

The information below is simply a list of farms or growers in Denmark. It does not necessarily mean that they are hiring workers at the moment. You should contact them to inquire about employment and available job opportunities.

Arne Pedersen’s Farm Shop
Skovvangen 25, 8722 Hedensted
75 89 19 05
Harvest Time: May – August
Main Crops: Strawberries, Raspberries, Peas, Broccoli, and Potatoes
Felsted Frugt
Møllevej 33, 6200 Åbenrå
40 54 59 19
post@felstedfrugt.dk
Harvest Time: August – September
Main Crops: Apples and Pears
Frydenlund Orchard
Frydenlunds Alle 7, 2950 Vedbæk
Harvest Time: May – August
Main Crops: Apples and Pears
Fuglebjerggaard
Hemmingstrupvej 8, 3200 Helsinge
Harvest Time: August – September
Main Crops: Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
Hesselkildegaard
Hestetangsvej 125, 3520 Farum
Harvest Time: August – September
Main Crops: Apples and Plums
Jonsholm Strawberries
Bakkebøllevej 34, 4760 Vordingborg
26 29 55 12
kontakt@jonsholm.dk
Harvest Time: May – August
Main Crops: Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
Karen Memorial Orchard
Eriksmindevej 38, 8300 Odder
Harvest Time: July – September
Main Crops: Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, and Raspberries
Langholm Fruit
Risbyvej 6, 4750 Lundby
Harvest Time: August – September
Main Crops: Apples
Søby Orchard
Borupvej 108, 8543 Hornslet
Harvest Time: June – August
Main Crops: Apples

Work Visas & Permits

The Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration oversees the issuance of work permits and working holiday visas in Denmark. In order to work in Denmark, all non-EU nationals must apply for a residence permit and a work permit. Work permits and residence permits typically require applicants to hold special or unique trade skills to become eligible. Full EU citizens may live and work in Denmark without any special permit or visa.

The country of Denmark operates in accordance with the Schengen Agreement. Denmark also offers a working holiday visa program to citizens of Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, and New Zealand. Denmark offers up to a three-month stay without a visa to citizens of certain countries.

In order to obtain a working holiday visa or work permit to Denmark, applicants must meet all eligibility requirements. Denmark prefers workers in good health between the ages of 18 and 30. Applicants must also prove financial stability prior to their stay. Denmark does not extend working holiday visas lasting one year. Individuals may only work for six months throughout any working holiday visa of one-year duration. Applicants must present proper documentation for eligibility. Denmark reserves the right to deny any applicant.

Denmark also offers young people the opportunity to take part in an Au Pair program. In the Au Pair program, an individual 17 to 29 years of age lives with a host family while employed. The program serves as a way for visiting workers to completely indulge in the Danish culture. Applicants must meet all restrictions and guidelines to become eligible for the program. The Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration lists all restrictions and guidelines online.

Foreign nationals holding temporary residence permits for at least four years may apply for permanent residence in Denmark. In order to qualify for permanent residence, applicants must meet all criteria. The Denmark naturalization process involves a point system based on certain qualifications. The Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration provides a detailed account of qualifications necessary for permanent residence. Applicants who fail to obtain 100 points may not receive full citizenship. Newly appointed citizens of Denmark reserve all rights and responsibilities of a full Danish citizen.

Contact the Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration to learn more about eligibility requirements and accessibility regarding work permits and working holiday visas to Denmark. Follow the link provided for the Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration to find more detailed examples.

Working in Denmark

With a high percentage of arable land and advanced agricultural technology, Denmark serves as one of the largest exporters of agricultural products in the world. The country uses over 50% of available land for farming, and approximately 3% of the population works in the agricultural industry. Cereal products remain the largest agricultural output of Denmark, and wheat serves as the most produced crop. Fields of barley, rye, flax, and hops represent other commonly grown grain crops in Denmark. Fruit crops also make up a sizable portion of the Danish agricultural output. Common fruit crops in Denmark include strawberries, apples, and black currants. Consider Danish farms to find the best places for a job as a fruit picker or other farming work.

With a thriving agricultural industry, Denmark offers a host of farming jobs. Entry-level workers and career-focused professionals are needed in farms across the country. Many Danish farms remain family owned and operated, and the majority of Denmark farming jobs exist in small to medium-sized farms. Numerous farms across Denmark offer good pay and quality work benefits. Hardworking and available pickers are wanted to work at farms throughout Denmark. Contact a Danish farm to gain hiring consideration with an agricultural industry business.