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Christmas time

It’s a bit more than a week to Christmas eve, but I will say that the Christmas feeling has arrived. In Oslo, Norway we already have snow on the ground and minus degrees outside. People have got their big warm jackets, mittens, scarfs and of course the facial mask to keep them warm and safe. You can see that people have decorated their homes with stars in the windows and with lights outside. Even in our office in Oslo, we have our Christmas tree lighting up the office and some Christmas music playing in the background.

This year we have decided to have secret santa at the office to have some fun. I’m not going to say yet who I’m secret santa for, but maybe the person has already figured it out. It’s fun to do a bit extra for someone during this time, even if it’s only to buy a small chocolate or give someone a compliment.

We had some plans to have a gathering or two in the office before Christmas, but the rules in Norway have become quite strict, so we decided to postpone that for later when it’s safer for everyone to meet up like that. Even though we don’t get to do that now, we still talk and have fun every day.

I believe I speak for others as well, but I’m super happy and lucky to have a job, to have colleagues, to have something to do. That is also something I love about the job, that I can help others get a job, so they can feel the same way as me. I want to remind people that even in this time, it’s possible to get a new job. We are helping 25-35 people get a job every week. It might be a bit trickier now, but it’s more than doable. If you are in the situation that you are looking for a job now or maybe in January, February, just reach out. We are more than happy to have a talk and see if we can help you land the job you want, even if it is now or in the future. We always have many opportunities around Europe.

Lastly, we just want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!