Housing, health and family ties: Five key demographic differences in Sweden
In Sweden, the quality of your housing, family connections, and health is likely to vary significantly depending on where you were born and your level of education. These are some of the demographic differences highlighted in a new report by Statistics Sweden.
Published: 20 November 2018 14:42 CET Updated: 20 November 2018 16:16 CET
Foreign-born people are more likely to live in crowded accommodations than native Swedes. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT
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