Working in Sweden: five reasons to protect your income
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Working in Sweden: five reasons to protect your income

Uncertainty is a fact of life even at the best of times and much of what we thought was certain or secure has proven to have shaky foundations over the past couple of years. Long-term unemployment in Sweden recently hit a record level of 190,000, while tens of millions of jobs have been lost worldwide due to the pandemic.

Everything you need to know if you lose your job in Sweden

Everything you need to know if you lose your job in Sweden

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Social Democrats vow to overturn unemployment insurance reforms

Sweden’s jobs agency to lay off 4,500 staff

Sweden’s jobs agency to lay off 4,500 staff

Sweden’s labour market shows cracks after years of growth

Sweden’s labour market shows cracks after years of growth

Swedish government predicts unemployment will drop to 5.9 percent in 2018

Swedish government predicts unemployment will drop to 5.9 percent in 2018

Record number of foreigners registered with Sweden’s public employment service

Record number of foreigners registered with Sweden’s public employment service

Could immigrants save Sweden’s rural towns?

Could immigrants save Sweden’s rural towns?

Foreigners in Sweden still more likely to be unemployed

Foreigners in Sweden still more likely to be unemployed

Light on the horizon for Sweden’s unemployed youth

Light on the horizon for Sweden’s unemployed youth

Half of all jobless in Sweden are foreigners

Half of all jobless in Sweden are foreigners

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