This website is provided by Jobbsafari. When you navigate to our site, information about your computer and how you use the site will automatically be collected. We do this for several reasons.
Firstly, our website dynamically adapts to the options and pages you use, and ensures that pages you have viewed before, for example, will load quickly.
Secondly, the Jobbsafari website is hooked up to general web analytics tools—website traffic measurement tools—that provide insight into the number of users on the site, as well as what content users are interested in.
You can read more below about the information we collect, how we handle it and what we use it for.
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What are cookies?
What are cookies used for?
Cookies help tell Jobbsafari about your visit and how you interact with our website and other digital platforms.
These cookies are called first party cookies and are set by Jobbsafari.
How long are cookies stored?
The number of months for which the cookies that are sent to you will be stored on your machine will vary, counting from the last time you went on the Jobbsafari website. Each time you revisit a website, it will lengthen the period for which the cookies are stored. Once cookies expire, they will automatically be deleted. You can read below about how to remove cookies.
How do I disable cookies?
If you do not want to have cookies installed, you can block all cookies, remove existing cookies from your hard drive or receive a notification before a cookie is stored. However, you should bear in mind that if you block cookies, there are many website functions and services that you will not be able to use.
Click here for a guide on how to set these preferences on your browser/smartphone.
Please note that the guide was written for the majority of browsers and smartphones, but some were not mentioned.
You can always use you browser’s help function to get more information on cookie settings. You can typically access this by pressing the “F1” key on your keyboard. Search for “cookies”.
Cookies for statistics (website traffic measurement)
Jobbsafari measures website traffic, and for this we use Google Analytics and Siteimprove.
The information that we collect about how you use our website (traffic data including your IP address) is sent to and stored on Google’s and Siteimprove’s servers.
You can read more here about how Google and Siteimprove handle this information:
Cookies from TNS SIFO
The data collected is converted into statistical information about the Internet user group as a whole, which makes it possible to determine which websites, for example, are most popular among different demographic groups (e.g. women and men). Data is only presented to other people or businesses in grouped form.
The TNS SIFO cookie is not used to record personal data unless you give express authorisation. You may do so when filling out questionnaires for TNS SIFO.
Data is disclosed to third parties in anonymous form for the purpose of targeted marketing and achieving a better understanding of the users on each website and the Danish market in general. Information will also be disclosed to third parties if doing so is a regulatory requirement. General statistics and similar data that cannot be traced back to you will be made publicly available.
Cookies from third parties
Jobbsafari has a number of partners that set cookies—what are known as third party cookies. Such cookies may, for example, be in banner ads from businesses, advertisers, media agencies and other services. Cookies are also set when you click on a video in a job ad or Company Profile.
You can share content from the Jobbsafari website on social networks. You should expect, however, that the social network will set cookies. The purpose and aim is different from network to network.
In the Cookie Declaration, you can see a complete list of the cookies that are set by third parties.
Web pages and emails from Jobbsafari may contain a small, transparent image file or line of code (known as web beacons/clear gifs, page tags or scripts) that record how you interact with them. We use them to help us better analyse and improve our services based on your browsing behaviour and interests. We can do so by knowing, for example, which websites you visit or which elements of a page you have seen, when and for how long, whether you viewed and/or clicked on a link on the website or whether you opened or clicked on marketing emails that were sent to you.