Most Common Q & A
Answers to Your Questions
Would you like to learn more about the Day Worker App? Here’s a list of the most commonly asked questions and answers. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to get in touch with us.
How can Day Worker help students that want to apply for SU or maintain the agreement? (Denmark)
In order to be eligible for the SU financial benefit, the students have to report a minimum and maximum amount of hours per week/month.
An example of how Day Worker could help the students can be seen in situations where the employees cannot offer enough hours to meet the agreement with the SU.
In certain situations, a student might lack two or three working hours for the week, in this case, it is needed as fast as possible to find a job that they can complete immediately/as soon as possible.
Day Worker is offering the possibility for students to find jobs - fast, that could help them compensate for the lacking hours for the SU.
Can I find an internship though Day Worker?
The answer is: YES.
The international version will be launched all around Europe, this meaning, that students or other users of the app, can find a part-time job, full-time job or internship abroad.
Through Day Worker, students have the possibility to find an internship that is available at the time they are looking for and be able to contact directly the potential employer.
What kind of jobs can I find in your app?
Where are you located?
Our head office is in Struer, Denmark. However, we also have an office in Herning, Denmark.
Are you a Danish job agency?
No. Day Worker is an online job-search portal, accessible for anyone looking for a job or workers
How to obtain a CPR number?
There is a useful website with everything you need to know about CPR numbers. Click Here
Can I get a job in Denmark without a contract?
Can I work in Denmark without a CPR number?
Although you can get through the interview and acceptance process, you can’t start to work in Denmark until you have permission to do so and a CPR number.
Read more about CPR here
What is the tax policy and process?
It is strictly up to the employee to inform the tax office (SKAT) about their income received from jobs performed though Day Worker. The employee can use Day Worker to channel the information regarding the job they performed or their job search.
Is there an English Version of the App?
YES. We focus both on Danish and international users. Since January 2019 we have a fully functional English Version of Day Worker App.
You can find part-time, freelance and full-time jobs across 90+ industries.
If you have a CPR number, you can apply and be accepted for freelancers and part-time jobs that do not offer contact. However, it is your responsibility to report your income to the Tax authorities in Denmark.
Can I ask Day Worker to help me with my CV?
YES. If you need advice or help to structure your CV and offer it an appealing layout – we are here to help! Simply write an email (including your current CV or information you would like to display) to firstname.lastname@example.org or a message to our LIVE CHAT.
What structure should my Day Worker profile description have?
What is your job preference?
Optional - Driving License
Skills (professional & personal)
How should I address a hiring manager in a cover letter?
If the name of the hiring manager is not specified in the job posting, you may be able to find it on the company’s official website. However, if you still can not find the name, you can start your letter with one of the following forms of neutral salutation ‘’Dear Hiring Manager’’ or ‘’To Whom It May Concern’’.
What should I include in a regular Resume/CV?
Mandatory elements to include your name, contact information (phone number, email and a link to your LinkedIn profile), working experience (including internships), education and skills.
If you have a long list of great experiences, include those that are the most relevant to the job you are applying.
How can I gain experience for my CV, if I can not get a full-time job?
Some tips from great minds onto gaining experience without appealing to full-time jobs.
“Consider volunteering with nonprofits… sometime volunteer gigs turn into paid jobs, and they are a good way to start your resume,” says Robyn L. Coburn.
“People are often willing to take a chance on a less experienced freelancer for a one-time project, especially if it costs them less than hiring a bigger firm to complete the work,” says Jessie West of West Coaching and Consulting.