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any one in sweden(stockholm)

 
#1 any one in sweden(stockholm)
26/08/2006 23:16

lisa to deleted (#0)

i want to ask the coultant things in sweden(stokholm). anybody work here?

do i need fluent swedish, or english is ok. how they call the "consultant " job in swedish way?

Thanks

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#2 Swedish likely to be a requirement,..
27/08/2006 08:45

Konsult to lisa (#1)

Hi Lisa,

consultants are called "konsulter" or "konsult" in singular. So that's quite similar.

I am afraid most companies will require fluent swedish as well as a good level of english.

If you speak swedish and english well, give it a shot. If on the other hand you do not speak any swedish at all,.. your skills will need to be very unique and sought after (like deep expertise in a specific industry or ERP module) for you to stand a chance.

Good luck anyhow!

//E

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