Career programs for internationals Accompanying spouses Career programs for accompanying spouses Expats - First Job Copenhagen This job search course is for highly educated expats and spouses living in the City of Copenhagen and Greater Copenhagen. Expats - Get Started This job search course is for expats with limited educational background living in the City of Copenhagen and Greater Copenhagen. International students/recent graduates Career programs for international students/recent graduates Job application course in Jobcenter København The job application course is for unemployed people over 30 years old who need extra help to get a job. Job search and career Starting your job search Read more about where to start your job search online. Career programs for internationals Find the career program that fits your situation Job centres If you lose your job, you have to contact your job centre. They will help you to find a new job as soon as possible. Certificate of criminal record Some companies and employers want to check your criminal record before they employ you. You'll get it at self-service using your NemID. Receive unemployment benefits from country in the EU/EEA and Switzerland You must submit a U2 (PDU2) form in order to receive unemployment benefits from abroad, which requires that you are registered as a jobseeker in Denmark Job search and career Useful information and support for finding a job in Copenhagen and in Denmark. Trade unions and unemployment funds Find out more about how trade unions and unemployment funds might help you if you become unemployed. Salary, pension and taxes Find more information on salaries, pension schemes and the Danish tax system. Holiday, parental leave and illness As a resident in Denmark you might be entitled to holidays, maternity leave, antenatal classes, etc. Cross-border commuters Find out more about what it means to be a cross-border commuter working in Copenhagen.