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Life as an engineer in Greater Copenhagen


The job market in Greater Copenhagen is very attractive to engineers, with high salaries, attractive benefit packages and good opportunities for career advancement all waiting for the right candidates.

When looking for future job opportunities, Greater Copenhagen is a very good place to aim your sights at – especially for engineers. The job market is characterised by high salaries, good infrastructure and companies generally offer good benefit packages for employees.

Companies in Greater Copenhagen usually have a very flat organisational structure, handing a lot of responsibility to the individual engineer and that person’s team. It also means that there is nothing wrong with taking questions and comments straight to a director or CEO.

We have plenty of open engineer positions. Check them out here.


Salaries in Greater Copenhagen

Gross salaries are high in Denmark in comparison with other countries making Greater Copenhagen an attractive place to work.

Salaries vary, depending on whether you are employed in the private or public sector. Most salaries in the public sector are fixed by collective agreements, but there is an increasing tendency towards individual supplementary agreements.

Average Engineer Salary in Denmark