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Life in Norway

 
#1 Life in Norway
12/07/2007 14:04

dave

I would like to hear from someone who has re-located to Norway (Stavanger) for work. What challenges to get along with social system? schooling, health care, language etc..

I know the living expense is 30% more than UK... any tips to save money while I am new to the place?

Any suggestions/comments will be highly appreciated

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#2 RE: Life in Norway
12/07/2007 14:40

anon to dave (#1)

I was backpacking there some years ago.

Stavanger is a big village, meaning that its nothing like cosmopolitan or stuff.

Health care, education and in general anything that is related with social - public service is amazing.

People tend to leave to oslo or stockholm looking for a bit more of excitement.

In my experience, housing is the most expensive increment compared to the UK by far and away.

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#3 RE: Life in Norway
13/07/2007 17:26

Andy to dave (#1)

Hi

There is (in my humble opinion) a great Asian supermarket in the Kvadrat (the big shopping mall in Forus).

I'm sure that you would find most of what you want there.

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#4 RE: Life in Norway
19/07/2007 13:30

Hai to dave (#1)

How good is the consultancy market in Norway?

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