Hello everyone! My name is Christian and I have been given the pleasure to write a bit about my experiences as a Global Finance Graduate at Demant. I joined the company in September 16’ as a part of the 3rd graduate batch, which marked the introduction of the three specialist tracks; Engineering, Operations, and Finance, on top of the “General Business” programme that has been running in the past years. As such, I have chosen to include a few words on my reason for joining the specialist track as opposed to the general track. I have also written a bit about how I use my background in my daily work and what types of tasks I have been working on. I hope you will find the following inspiring and relevant to your considerations about your future job! Continue reading → Specialist line focus: Christian and Global Finance
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I’m Theis and I joined Demant as a Business Graduate in September. So far, working at Demant has been great and I very much look forward to sharing some of the experiences gained during the first couple of months with you. I hope it will give you a better idea of the Graduate Programme and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out – I will gladly help! Continue reading → Inspiring co-workers: the importance of people
Whether you drive across Lillebælt or Storbælt, your road will almost certainly take you on highway E20, and as you drive across Fyn, a tall triangular building will most definitely stand up and catch your attention: this is the Interacoustics main office, where the latest in hear impairment diagnostics equipment is being developed. Continue reading → Rotating at Interacoustics
Hi, my name is Patrick and I am a current 1st year graduate on the Engineering line. I studied Digital Media Engineering at DTU, finishing in August 2016, so I am fresh off the university block and this post mainly sums up my experience on the Engineering Graduate Programme so far which has started in Quality. Continue reading → Special Engineering: How I use my background
This was one of my main questions when I was about to finish my studies. Turns out that there is no simple answer and it will vary from person to person, but let’s be honest – life changes. Thus, in this post I will describe the biggest changes for me personally. Specifically I will point out three things that changed – Income, responsibility and environment. Continue reading → How does your life change when your student card is replaced with an employee card?
I used to think that a workday is an entire day spent with work: when I was a kid my mom would leave to work before I woke up and would come home just before my bed time. Continue reading → Work Life in Denmark – A graduate perspective