Mental health: what are the warning signs international residents should look out for?

Mental health: what are the warning signs international residents should look out for?

Following a career abroad can be exciting and challenging in equal measure. Many people struggle to adapt as they attempt to deal with culture shock, new ways of working, a different language, and being distant from friends and family. So, how can you better look after your mental health?

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What wages can you expect when working in Denmark?

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