Sweden will roll out the Covid-19 vaccination to children aged between 12 and 15, starting later this autumn, the government announced on Thursday.
From its timeless beauty to its digital sophistication, Stockholm has a lot going for it. But what's it like as an international student? In this video, three Stockholm University students, from Germany, China and Japan, tell us their experiences, from learning to live without cash to life-changing lessons about themselves.
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Moving to a new country is scary enough. Finding a job there is a whole other ball game. From interviews to salary talks, here are some vital tips to help you navigate your way through Sweden's distinct work culture.
A growing number of Swedish companies with bases overseas are choosing to move back home. But why? And what does it mean for job opportunities in Sweden and the wider economic outlook? The Local spoke to economist Joacim Tåg and the CEO of one company that chose to come home, in order to find out.
It's time for Sweden to take back control of its borders, and let vaccinated people in, writes The Local's publisher James Savage.
Sweden's new migration act imposes tough conditions for permanent residency. Jenny Iao-Jörgensen and Benny Borghei of the Swedish Association of University Teachers and Researchers (SULF) argue this will do long-term damage to the country's attractiveness to the top international talents.
When you buy an apartment in Sweden, you're usually actually buying into a housing association (bostadsrättsförening), and it's crucial to understand the state of their finances to make sure your investment is secure.
Our vocabulary guide to some of Sweden's most essential weather words and sayings.
Personal networks account for a lot of career opportunities in Sweden, which makes the job-hunt a daunting task for foreigners even in non-pandemic times. But with the right CV and cover letter, you can impress hiring managers in Sweden – here's how.
Summer may be drawing to close, but in Sweden there's a consolation: It's mushroom-picking time!
A letter by Austrian Labor Minister Martin Kocher (ÖVP) states that unemployed people can’t turn down a job because it requires a Covid-19 vaccine.