Did you ever wonder what life would be like without boundaries?
At Medicolink we know what coming out feels like. As an international business, we are prepared for the broad variety of requirements and expectations that our clients might have.
Some of our colleagues have first-hand experience with the current situation of LGBTQ+-people around the world. Our mission is to provide a safe workspace to each and every one of our clients.
The promised land
According to the UN, Denmark is one of the happiest places in the world, just finishing second after Disneyland. But what makes a country happy? And why would you like to live there anyway? The answer is simple. Denmark is a peaceful country, where the Cold War’s depression is just another silly nightmare, that you soon wake up from right after you leave the airport.
Life might cost you a fortune in paradise, but how could you ever put a price tag on freedom and peace? We guarantee that your earnings in the healthcare-branch will provide you an enviable living standard. We don’t want to trick you here: Denmark is great, and your chances to live a joyful life are high, but it’s not all hygge and licorice in this country either. Be prepared to meet a few distant people, that won’t befriend you as fast as some other would do in a mild Mediterranean country.
They might not be the most pleasant people, but Danes will respect you for being true to yourself. You don’t have to be afraid of being insulted for having your own values, even though you might have been forced to hide your true colors in your country of origin.
Raising a family in the open society
Perhaps you are not personally involved in LGBTQ+-issues, but if you are moving with your family, you might have relatives that are part of the community. Youth tend to be more conscious about their sexuality these days, then they were twenty years ago. They also trust their family and peers more. Danish schools protect and support openness and let children be themselves. There’s no need to worry, if your kids go out to party: there wouldn’t be atrocities on the streets, there wouldn’t be verbal abuse. But keep in mind, that the Danes are especially good at drinking, and it doesn’t hurt to have the talk about responsible drinking.
As we have previously mentioned, Denmark is great, but not perfect. There are crimes, there are accidents, and there are angry people too. We don’t want to make you believe that there wouldn’t possibly happen something wrong. But we are positive, that whatever problem you might encounter, the authorities will take care of it. You and your family will have better chances to live your dreamlife, because the circumstances are a lot better than in most other countries. Besides, even cursing sounds funny in Danish because the pronunciation is unbelievably absurd.