After now enduring 5months in Norway. This is my viewpoint that some might find interesting.
It sounded appealing to us to come to Norway after all no. 1 country in world to live, high std of living, high wages great!
Unfortnately i've found that to not be the case. The wages seem high but so are the prices, you easily lose the benefit of these high wages very quickly.
Rents are expensive and very hard to get a 3 bedroom place that isnt going to really bankrupt you.
You NEED a car here out of the city of Oslo, prepared to 3-4x times the price of UK.
Food quality here is REALLY low compared to other countries Spain, UK, Ireland, Australia etc and rather expensive, our family of 4 would easily go through 9000nok a month and that is really cutting back on what we buy. I barely buy wine etc anymore if the state run shops are even open at time that suits you, you will find very pricey 150nok a bottle of ok wine. Tesco value equal wine would be approx 95nok a bottle.
Language isnt an issue until you want to do something, we have kids and are really struggling to entertain them. If you want to say bring them to cinema look at filmweb.no, most kids under 10 films are in dubbed norsk.
The place is what it is, but if you have kids are coming here... Are you sure? especially if you are going to an area outside the city...
Best of luck