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My and “PK Road” roads crossed in Sweden. How did I get there? I worked in Lithuania with projects and one company offered me a job with condition, I had to acquire international education and master degree, which was needed for participation in international tenders. I made my decision to study abroad. It happened I started my studies in Swedish International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics which belongs to Lunde University.


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In the annual Assembly and awards event by Panevėžys Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts where traditionally were presented best companies of 2018, between others AB “Panevėžio keliai” name was announced. AB “Panevėžio keliai” General Director Virmantas Puidokas for the merits of Lithuanian economy awarded by Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts Association Thanks Badge.


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In the beginning you really notice those differences, but after some time understand that there are various people in Lithuania and in Swede. Swedes themselves say they are more independent than Lithuanians. But I think Lithuanians are more responsible. They work more accurately and responsibly, value they work more than Swedes: they try not to miss working days, stay healthy et cetera. Our people here are appreciated for punctuality and honesty.


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I could say I came to “PK Road” and Sweden in the very simple way – I noticed a Job Ad. “AB Panevėžio keliai” searched for Projects Engineer Assistant speaking English or Swedish languages. In VGTU I graduated Civil Engineering, I knew both languages, so I was a perfect candidate. In addition Sweden was not a strange country to me. I visited this country first time at the age of sixteen, studied on behalf of mobility programme, used to live in Swedish family. Later I studied territorial planning in this country, we used to spend our vacation with family there.


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