on 14 Oct 2017
Hello! I hope someone can help me. I am looking to move to southern Denmark by the end of 2018 and am searching for work as a Physiotherapist. Will this be possible without speaking Danish? If anyone has any experience with this please do let me know! Thanks Caroline.
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Hope this helped
Have you start your job as a physiotherapist ?
Do you need Danish to star or English is ok?