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Dalarna University (Fun question at the end)

Namejs
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I am worried that this might be a little off topic, but it is truly important to me and i am going out of options.

I am supposed to start my studies in Dalarna university this september in the town of Borlänge and in order to be able to do that i will need to finance myself and for that i need to find a part time job.

Therefore i am asking if there is anyone here from this town or around this area that could help me anyhow to find a job? I will appreciate any help very much. It is really important to me, so i will fight for it till the end and do whatever it takes.

If there is anyone out there, please contact me here or in facebook,

Thank you and have a wonderful day! :)

For those who cannot help me i have a fun question. If you could put any 3 languages in your head, just like that and become fluent in them in 5 seconds, which languages would you choose? :)

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/harry-chase

On the job front, it would better to post in reddit.com/r/sweden

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Procellis
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You should probably specify what kind of experience and/or educational background you have. For jobs in Dalarna see, among other websites, http://www.arbetsformedlingen.se/For-arbetssokande/Lediga-jobb.html?url=-123388378%2FNy%2FSokPlatsannonser%2FSokPlatsannonser.aspx%3Fq%3Ds%2528utl%25281%2529se%25284%2529go%252820%2529%2529&sv.url=12.237ec53d11d47b612d78000171 (some places might be a bit far from Borlänge)

2 years ago

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2 years ago

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You can also ask at the university for student jobs. I know they do this in Luleå where I am. There's always some kind of job announcement around campus that's asking for students.

2 years ago

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Japanese, Chinese and Arabic, those would be rather useful to me I believe and learning them would normally take a lot of time and effort as well.

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