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  • 1.
    • How to find a job at ?
    • Margrethe Gotschalksen – Product Manager
    • Katharina Ritzel – Business Developer
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  • 3. The number of people in work in Norway increased dramatically since 2006 Norway has the lowes unemployment in Europe Signs of a market slowing down after years of extraordinary growth – never have so many people been in work in Norway before Be prepared for a tougher job market in the future! Kilde: statistisk sentralbyrå, Makrosikt
  • 4. Sales, service and jobs with university/ college qualification increased most. In 2009 wil academic positions, teaching and health and care jobs increase. Kilde: statistik sentralbyrå, AKU Have you thought about applying for a job in the public sector?
  • 5. FINN jobb is the largest private database for jobs ads 600 000 Unique Visitors visit FINN jobb per month Looking at 20 million pages That is over 30 pages per UV 16 000 stillinger i 9000 annonser in all areas – leader positions, specialist positions across all industries and branches 4500 stillinger i Oslo
  • 6. FINN jobb - 1500 partners
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  • 8. CV registration at FINN
  • 9. Register your education
  • 10. Register Experience and Key competence
  • 11. Language and preference
  • 12. Are you Qualified?
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  • 14. Use Google for translation Use this key Put url (site name) and choose language
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  • 16. Google has also translated our tips for CV, application and job interview
  • 17. So how to get a job in Norway?
    • Talk to recruiters and experts in your field(s)
    • Send applications
    • Go to recruitment fairs (BI, UiO)
    • Get in touch with experts on their blogs
    • Network on LinkedIn
    • Make it easy for your (norwegian) employer :
    • Explain and describe your CV – and use terms they know!!!
    • Be clear about how you can contribute to the organisation
    • Learn the language & culture (general and company specific)
    • Be an active networker
    • Use your own network:
    • ask friends and family about their jobs and companies they know
    • Read the newspapers and discuss what is happening in the industry you want to work in – you may get useful insights!