kumusta ang norway for families? hindi kase siya as popular as other countries like NZ, australia, canada,etc.. mga madalas puntahan nang mga pinoy for immigration. Maganda ba dalhin ang family diyan like - education, fmaily-oriented ba sila, how are the people, etc...
Norway is very family oriented country. In fact, mas maganda ang maternity benefit dito compared to those countries you mentioned. Maternity leave is 57 weeks for 80% salary paid or 47 weeks for 100% fully paid salary. We have a national mandatory vacation leave of 25days. At sick leave walang limit. Free hospitalization wala naman kasing private hospital dito. Health insurance is fully covered by the govt. Pati pagbuntis at manganak libre lahat from prenatal to birth to pedia pa. Schools are free until university PhD level. In other words libre lahat and pag aaral. It's one of the richest country in the world so you can expect very good public service. Children are their top priority. Their core value is that all children deserves to have a good childhood and that means giving them good education, healthcare & social support.
Those are the pros...the cons. It's a real challenge to get integrated in the Norwegian society. If you want to live here then you need to speak their language & know their culture. Therefore to get a permanent resident visa you'll need to pass the language test. It's the most expensive country in Europe. You will have to find a proper paying job to make ends meet.
Professions or jobs here. Most Norwegians are engineers & IT. So they lack people in finance, healthcare, infrastructure & the usual odd jobs like cleaners & helpers. But the first qualification to get into these jobs is that you speak Norwegian. It took me 3 years to get a job in my finance field, I'm a financial analyst, that's coz I need to learn the language & being a critic of myself I studied for 2.5 years and needed to be fluent before I could say I really know the language
I hope I was able to answer some of the questions you all have in mind.