Loan and mortgage repayments in Norway are set to go up due to rising interest rates. Here’s what the increased rates mean for you and why it isn't all bad news.
From the pandemic to political shocks, we've come to expect the unexpected. But what are the big trends that will shape your quality of life and your career in Europe this decade? We take a look with some help from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Every week The Local brings you a roundup of the latest jobs news and talking points related to working life in Norway. This week we’re looking at the work-life balance and an increase in sexual harassment.
Ever found pursuing an international career creates certain challenges when it comes to communication – or, should we say, miscommunication? Two experts at the University of Cambridge guide you through how to become a better communicator and avoid the pitfalls of international workplaces.
Norway's international residents will be pleased to know they can avoid the extra stress and time used standing in queues by carrying out much of their everyday tasks and Norwegian paperwork online. Here's a list of 16 things you can do online to both avoid the queues, give you more options and even save you money.
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What do workers in Norway spend their hard-earned cash on and is there anything left over for leisure? Financial expert Ingvild Aagre goes through the numbers.
Autumn is one of the best times to get out into the nature around Oslo. Here are some of the best spots.
People living abroad often retain strong links to their home countries. They should also get a vote, argues James Savage.
Workplaces in Austria could soon be restricted to those vaccinated, recovered from the virus or who have tested negative.