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Searching a job as a Baker

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tonikuvac
3/31/2020 11:35 EST

Dear Sir / Madam.
Hello. I am a 44 years old Baker with nearly twenty years work experience. Come from Croatia but currently reside in Ireland. And I would like to settle to Denmark for a new Career perspective and to gain more experience in the Bakery culture of Denmark. I own work experience in the German/Mediteran/French and Irish- English Bakery Culture. I am skilled at producing breads,rolls,cakes and sweets. And I would like to ask you. Do you maybe know a Bakery that need still staff in Denmark ? Or have a advice how to find a Job in Denmark?
Many thanks

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