The Danish job board is flooded with applicants from all over the world who are looking for work, and it’s all the more remarkable considering the country has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the world.
But what many don’t realize is that the Danish job market is even bigger than it appears on the job board.
It is the largest in the developed world.
In the past few years, it has been growing faster than other European countries, according to the Job Board Europe report.
In 2012, there were 1,038,000 job openings in Denmark.
In 2016, there are 496,000 openings, up from 456,000 in 2015.
And that number has grown even more in the past five years.
There are more than 5,000 companies on the board.
And that number isn’t all just jobs.
It includes jobs in finance, law, education, health care and other sectors.
And the number of jobs available in the country goes well beyond just the unemployed.
There are also opportunities in other sectors of the economy, such as construction and agriculture.
And there are jobs in the financial industry as well.
It has been estimated that there are as many as 500,000 financial professionals in Denmark, which is roughly 1.2 percent of the total population.
The job board also includes more than 4,500 companies in the construction sector.
It is the fifth largest construction company in the European Union.
And they are building infrastructure projects in all of the Nordic countries, including Denmark.
The jobs in construction and finance are all concentrated in the Scandinavian countries.
And in all, there is a massive gap between the highest unemployment rate and the lowest job market.