5 Things That Make Denmark Family-Friendly

5 Things That Make Denmark Family-Friendly

5 Things That Make Denmark Family-Friendly BY: Nicole Danielsen, Account Manager Denmark at MediCarrera Besides being known as one of the happiest countries in the world, where full-time employees devote two-thirds of their day to personal care and leisure, Denmark is...
5 Things That Make Norway Family-Friendly

5 Things That Make Norway Family-Friendly

5 Things That Make Norway Family-Friendly BY: Ingve Groven, Account Manager Norway at MediCarrera Parent-friendly policies are just one part of Norway’s welfare state. Everyone is covered by public health insurance, meaning free healthcare at the point of access. The...
5 Things That Make Sweden Family-Friendly

5 Things That Make Sweden Family-Friendly

5 Things That Make Sweden Family-Friendly BY: Linnéa Mäki, Course Administrator at MediCarrera With 16 months of parental leave and public day care services, Sweden is known as one of the most family-friendly countries in the world. Even though the income taxes are...
5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Norway

5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Norway

5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Norway BY: Ingve Groven, Account Manager Norway Norway has knocked Denmark off the top spot, becoming the world’s happiest country in 2017. If you’ve decided to develop your medical career in Norway, MediCarrera’s staff can...
5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Denmark

5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Denmark

5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Denmark BY: Nicole Danielsen, Account Manager Denmark at MediCarrera Denmark is well renowned for being one of the happiest countries in the world. The secret behind it? High living standards, a strong welfare system and a...