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Raja12
10/27/2016 12:25 EST

Hi ,
I got a job offer from one of the IT company located in AARUS,Denmark.
Salary was not discussed,right now i am earning 6000 USD(After Tax) and savings are 2500 USD per month.
I have a wife and 1 kid and planning to have another in Denmark.
So what is the best number(please tell me after tax) so that i can negotiate with my employer.

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jawahargupta
10/28/2016 00:52 EST

Hi Raja,
congratulation!!!
Could u pls let me know how u got this offer. my mean direct from company thru internet job posting or by some immigration agency.
u can reach me at lalguptajawahar@rediffmail.com
thank you

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Raja12
10/28/2016 11:59 EST

I saw job opening in linkedin and applied through email.

Are you working in Denmark?

If yes can you help me,i have some questions?

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jawahargupta
10/29/2016 01:00 EST

No, I am here in india only but planning to move denmark or ireland.
is this job /visa is being sponsered by the aarush company?
with its name, it seems to be managed by an indian entrepreneur.
there are lot of indians you can have directory or search on google

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Raja12
10/29/2016 01:36 EST

Do you know any one from Aarhus city or Denmark.
Please share his contact number or email address to rajagnit12@gmail.com.

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camomile
12/8/2016 16:40 EST

Hi Raja.

I live in Denmark, but not in Aarhus.
The salaries here are from 25000 to 40000 dkk, depending on skills and experience. Tax eats a lot here. Rent of an apartment in Aarhus is higher than in my city. Around 10000dkk.

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eattoomuch
4/10/2017 08:39 EST

Hi, I can't help much, sorry. I only wanted to say that AARUS is a great place. Good luck

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