Living and working in Norway Turin 13-14.10.2007, �IO LAVORO by vr57AkwA

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									Living and working in Norway
Turin 13-14.10.2007, “IO LAVORO”
Eugenia Filip Tecusan, EURES Adviser
NAV jobbservice Oslo
Hallgeir Jenssen, EURES Adviser NAV Tromsø
                  ... Nella presentazione:

• Generalita,

 Il turismo,

 il mercato dei lavoro,

 come cercare un lavoro, la candidatura,

 Esigenze e aspettative dei datori di lavoro

 EURES Norvegia

 immagini dalla Norvegia, luoghi e culture di gente ospitale,
     suggestioni ad alta quota nel fulgore della natura,



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                  ”up north”




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                  •Tromsø




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                  Language

 Most Norwegians speak English

 ….. But most of the employers require that you
     speak Norwegian, or an Scandinavian language

 Ask your local Eures Adviser about language
     courses in your country

 The Norwegian authorities do not offer EU/EEA
     citizens language courses free of charge



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Taxes: www.skatteetaten.no

 Convention between the Government of the Kingdom of
     Norway and the Government of the Italian Republic for the
     avoidance of double taxation
        – Signed 17.06.1985,
        – in force from 25.05.1987

 Direct taxes : paid directly as a % of income
   – Income tax (inntektsskatt)
   – Wealth tax (formueskatt)



 Indirect taxes VAT 12-24% of net price




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                  Labour Market I

  Unemployment: 2,6 in average (august 2006)

 “The highest Employment in the past 10 years”

  Increase:
          – Industry and Construction (building, petroleum, shipbuilding especially);
          – Hotels and restaurants!!!

  Decline: Public Sector (inkl. Health)



                    ”Education and special skills is the best guarantee to stay

                        in, or make an easy entry into, the labour market”




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                  Labour Market II

 Vocational education and relevant experience
  Shortages: Mechanical Industry, Construction and
      Property Industry (craftsmen), Health sector (dentists,
      doctors), Hotel and Tourism (chefs and waiters), Service
      Sector (hairdressers)



  Surpluses: Offshore Industry, Health sector (nurses), IT
      sector, educational sector (teachers)

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                  Hotel and Tourism

 Chefs

 Waiters

 Bartenders

 Good language skills

 Seasonal work

 Largest demand in Oslo
     area



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                  2 types of tourism companies

  Only summer season: mainly on the west coast, “the fjord tourism”
      most developed. “Fjord Norway” includes the counties Sogn og
      Fjordane, Rogaland and Hordaland with the exception of Bergen
      and Stavanger which have both summer and winter season.

  Summer and winter season: in the mountain parts of Oppland (esp.
      the Lillehammer region, site of winter Olympics of 1994) and
      Telemark.

  !!!Be aware that if you apply in this sector you may be out of work
      between 2 seasons.




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                  LABOUR DEMAND

  Skilled personnel: cooks (highest demand), waiters and
      receptionists, preferably with vocational training or a
      fairly good experience.

  Unskilled stuff such as cleaners, barkeepers, service
      assistants, kitchen assistants, etc.

  Advertising vacancies via NAV The Norwegian Public
      Employment Service, adv. outside Norway via EURES.



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                  Jobseeking I

 Make a Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English


  Personalia (name, address, phone., e-mail ect.)

  Education (describe shortly)

  Work Experience (describe shortly)

  Courses

  Language skills

  Interest

  References (name of former employer + phone numbers)

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                  Jobseeking II

  www.nav.no

  www.eures.no

  www.eures.europa.eu

  NAV Call Centre : +47 800 33 166

 (Monday – Friday 08:00 – 18:00)


  Contact the EURES Adviser in your area


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                  Jobseeking III

  60/70% of the jobs not advertised:   Informal market for job vacancies

  Use www.gulesider.no (Yellow Pages)

  Companies web sites

  Contact employers directly

  Use your personal network! Build it!

  www.norske-aviser.com

  www.finn.no/jobb

  Private recruitment agencies!!!! www.stillinger.no which gives links
      to most of these recruitment agencies.

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                  Esigenze ed aspettative dei datori di
                            lavoro

  Orientamento al cliente

  Formazione al servizio

  Competenze relazionali

  Bella presenza

  Conoscenze linguistiche

  Ottime conoscenze di Norvegese

  Esperienza professionale nel settore, se all’estero piu gradita

  Doti psicologiche, talento commerciale

  Abituato a lavorare autonomamente

  Voglia di imparare continuamente (LIFELONG LEARNING)

  Dinamismo,serieta, iniziativa….
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Living in Norway with foreign passport
             1. Sweden               27.867
             2. Denmark              20.252
             3. Poland               13.630
             4. Germany              12.214
             5. Irak                 12.139
             6. UK                   11.562
             7. Somalia              10.845
             8. Russia                 8.767
              9. USA                   7.732
              10. Afganistan           6.470
              11. Thailand             6.355
              12. Pakistan             5.863
              13. Finland              5.827
              14. The Nederlands       5.104

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    Average price per square metre
    (all of Norway € 2.988)
     Oslo           € 4.060
     Bergen         € 3.433
     Stavanger      € 3.350
     Tromsø         € 3.337
     Trondheim      € 3.084
     Sandnes        € 2.880
     Kristiansand   € 2.783
     Lillehammer    € 2.651


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    Average price per square metre
    (Counties)
     Oslo                    € 4.060
     Hordaland (Bergen)      € 3.241
     Akershus                € 3.133
     Rogaland (Stavanger)    € 2.928
     Trøndelag (Trondheim) € 2.747
     North-Norway (Tromsø)€ 2.590
     Agder (Kristiansand)    € 2.470
     Vestfold                € 2.253
     Buskerud                € 2.217
     Oppland (Lillehammer)   € 2.157
     Østfold                 € 2.096
     Møre & Romsdal(Molde)€ 2.084

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Bring your car along?

 To drive a foreign car in Norway is allowed if:
 1)              Commuter                                                    Your
     family can’t live in Norway. You must go                   home each month, and
     stay home all in all 185 days each year.
          or
 2)              Timelimited employment contract   (max 2 years)

                   If your stay is more than 1 year, you must contact the
                   Norwegian Costums (Tollvesenet) to get a permit for        1 more
     year
 Allways keep the timelimited employment contract in your
     car!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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Where?


 Places to start if you are looking for jobs in hotels in Sogn og
     Fjordane, West Norway:
 Jobs such as chamber maids, bar keepers, chefs, kitchen
     assistants, waiters etc.
 Seasons: April/May - September/October

 Start applying in February/March

 General requirement: Knowledge of a Scandinavian language and/or
     English.




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Where?

 LIST of some Employers from different counties:
     during individual interviews those two days!!!


VI ASPETTIAMO in NORVEGIA:
 Hallgeir Jenssen, EURES Adviser from NAV Tromsø!

 Eugenia Filip Tecusan, EURES Adviser from Nav
     Jobbservice Oslo
 MONICA KNUDSEN de FIGUEROA – Internatonal
     Recruitment, MANPOWER

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The EURES network in Norway
21 EURES advisers:
    Østfold
    Oslo
    Hedmark
    Buskerud
    Vestfold
-    Telemark
-    Aust-Agder, vest Agder
    Rogaland
     Hordaland
    Møre og Romsdal,
    Sogn og Fjordane
    Sør-Trøndelag, Nord-Trøndelag
     Nordland
     Troms



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                  Useful Addresses

  www.nav.no

  www.eures.no

  http://eures.europa.eu



  NAV Service Centre Phone: +47 800 33 166

 (Monday – Friday 08:00 – 18:00)


  Contact the EURES Adviser in your area

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                  •Moskva


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Work in the public employment office in Tromsø as
an EURES ADVISER




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 FRIDAY afternoon




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 FRIDAY after working time…




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 FOOD RESPECT!




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 HIKING TOUR feel free




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 History




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 X-MAS




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EASTER




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 COMMUNICATION




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Climate and YOU




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WORKING TIME




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PEACE & CALM




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 We give people possibilities!




The time is now!
The place is Norway!


Thank you for listening!




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 REALIZZA IL TUO SOGNO!




NON FARTI FRENARE DALLA
 DISTANZA!



Vi aspettiamo!




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