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Report: Indian workers in high demand on the Danish labour market

Lena Hunter
January 30th, 2024


The number of Indian employees in Denmark has increased sevenfold in 15 years. According to a new report, those who relocate are generally highly educated and paid, and in ever-growing demand to help alleviate the country’s skilled labour shortage.


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Full-time foreign-national employees, who had wage income during the period. Students, persons whose residence basis is asylum, family reunification and posting (RUT) are not included. Source: DA calculations based on Jobindsats.dk.

The number of Indian employees in Denmark has increased sevenfold in 15 years. According to a new report, those who relocate are generally highly educated and paid, and in ever-growing demand to help alleviate the country’s skilled labour shortage.

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