Mental health: what are the warning signs international residents should look out for?
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Mental health: what are the warning signs international residents should look out for?

Following a career abroad can be exciting and challenging in equal measure. Many people struggle to adapt as they attempt to deal with culture shock, new ways of working, a different language, and being distant from friends and family. So, how can you better look after your mental health?

Why these European business owners are staying loyal to London
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Why these European business owners are staying loyal to London

How to play office politics in Sweden… and survive

How to play office politics in Sweden… and survive

The ‘compelling’ reason why Europe’s unicorns are choosing London
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The ‘compelling’ reason why Europe’s unicorns are choosing London

10 surprising things you never knew about FrankfurtRheinMain
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10 surprising things you never knew about FrankfurtRheinMain

These 10 facts prove London is still open for business
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These 10 facts prove London is still open for business

How to make the most of Sweden’s public holidays in 2019
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How to make the most of Sweden’s public holidays in 2019

Estonia: As Nordic as the Nordics?
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Estonia: As Nordic as the Nordics?

Working internationally? Share your experiences
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Working internationally? Share your experiences

Ten jobs for internationals in Sweden you may not have thought of
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Ten jobs for internationals in Sweden you may not have thought of

VIDEO: Five top tips on how to maximize your Swedish career
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VIDEO: Five top tips on how to maximize your Swedish career

The one reason this Swedish dentist would turn down a job
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The one reason this Swedish dentist would turn down a job

Questions to ask a Swedish employer before accepting a job
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Questions to ask a Swedish employer before accepting a job

Three things to know before you start working in Sweden
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Three things to know before you start working in Sweden

Is mandatory exercise at the office Sweden’s latest craze?

Is mandatory exercise at the office Sweden’s latest craze?

‘Stop deporting skilled migrants!’ Swedish CEOs say

‘Stop deporting skilled migrants!’ Swedish CEOs say

‘As a writer, getting inside the system is really tough’: My Swedish Career

‘As a writer, getting inside the system is really tough’: My Swedish Career

‘Don’t try to blend in all the time. Try to stick out, it makes a difference in Sweden’

‘Don’t try to blend in all the time. Try to stick out, it makes a difference in Sweden’

Law change aimed at reducing deportations of foreign workers criticized as ‘not enough’

Law change aimed at reducing deportations of foreign workers criticized as ‘not enough’

Employers can’t ban staff from speaking their native language at work, ombudsman says

Employers can’t ban staff from speaking their native language at work, ombudsman says

Do Swedish teens work or laze about in summer?

Do Swedish teens work or laze about in summer?

Opinion: Why it’s time for Sweden to fully accept English in the workplace

Opinion: Why it’s time for Sweden to fully accept English in the workplace

Swedish company sued in handshaking row

Swedish company sued in handshaking row

Revealed: This is how much overtime you may have to work in Sweden

Revealed: This is how much overtime you may have to work in Sweden

‘Moving to Gothenburg gave me the ultimate work-life balance’
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‘Moving to Gothenburg gave me the ultimate work-life balance’

‘Sweden is heaven for refugee journalists’

‘Sweden is heaven for refugee journalists’

Sweden has fourth happiest workers in the world: report

Sweden has fourth happiest workers in the world: report

How Swedish writing reflects benefits of shorter work day

How Swedish writing reflects benefits of shorter work day

Why this Russian developer is committed to helping refugees – with tech

Why this Russian developer is committed to helping refugees – with tech

‘I didn’t want to see my children die before my eyes’

‘I didn’t want to see my children die before my eyes’

Fewer foreign graduates stay in Sweden to work

Fewer foreign graduates stay in Sweden to work

‘Swedes don’t treat me differently because I wear a hijab’

‘Swedes don’t treat me differently because I wear a hijab’

Seven things you should never say to your Swedish boss

Seven things you should never say to your Swedish boss

Why Sweden is a long way from six-hour days

Why Sweden is a long way from six-hour days

Why cutting hours could boost Swedish firms

Why cutting hours could boost Swedish firms

A-kassa: The Swedish secret no one tells you
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A-kassa: The Swedish secret no one tells you

Building my Swedish lego dream brick by brick

Building my Swedish lego dream brick by brick

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Swedes reject father time

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Whit hit

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Sick of work

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Cheap women

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Lazy Swedes face pension poverty

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More work + same pay = happy boss

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Job market still slow; Pagrotsky backs small companies

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One million Swedes on benefit

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Labour pains

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One in four stay in the same job for fifteen years

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Government’s shock claim: Only the sick can claim sick pay

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Fall from hotel window a “workplace injury”

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Tax cuts will mean harder work, says Right

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Employment service and union take Rosa to the cleaners

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Swedes are Europe’s leading moaners at work

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Take my job – please

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Self-employed targeted as ‘black economy’ grows

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Employment office taken to court

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Pensioners solve healthcare staffing shortages

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Swedish employers sick of sick leave

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EU “crisis” as Swedish union blocks Latvian builders

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Swedish MPs “forgot to report sick days”

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Robot attacks man’s buttocks in Swedish factory

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Public sector gets biggest pay rise

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Sick leave payouts to rise in 2005

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“Free year” scheme to cost 1.7 billion crowns

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Council “pays off” sex abuse suspect

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Double salary politician faces investigation

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Swedes face benefits clampdown

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Nine out of ten women ?lose out by working?

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Foreigners ‘excluded from job market’

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“Equality bonus” for parents who share parental leave

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Sweden’s pay gap widens

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AMS head requests extra funds

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One billion kronor paid to savers in error

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6 out of 10 Swedes want early retirement

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“Job dumping” site coming to Sweden

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L?emploi en Suède

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Builders’ union threatens new blockade

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Skåne employers anticipate greatest growth

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Swedish party leaders clash on jobs

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Full speed ahead as police take it easy

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“State subsidized jobs” for people on sick leave

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Job service appointment prompts cronyism claims

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Sweden aims to halve sick leave

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Government jobs plan “too little, too late”

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Stressed women stop working earlier

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Skype founder slams “lazy” Swedes

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Volvo discriminated against short woman

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Business agency calls for “skilled immigration”

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Men still earning more than women

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Moderates talk tough on unemployment

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Abolish ‘free year’ – unions

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Stockholm Syndrome: Communication breakdown

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Six hour work day does not work

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Retire early – die early

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Fewer on sick leave – but for longer

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Lucrative safety net awaits ministers

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Swedes “comfortable avoiding tax”

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Employers slam ‘right to full time job’ proposal

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Job applications “should be anonymous”

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Behave – your boss is watching

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Centre Party backs weaker job rights for young

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Globalisation to hit Swedish women

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Demand for damages for sacking sick woman

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Immigrants exploited in risky jobs

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Western immigrants earn more than Swedes

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Boss backs down over ‘Swedish only’ decree

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Swedish workers ‘most satisfied’

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Women filtered out by Swedish recruiters

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Wages can increase sharply – LO

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Swedes short of money despite higher wages

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National Day earnings headache for unions

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Right to full time work after three years

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Social Democrat candidates are highest earners

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Companies fire people to avoid payoffs

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Increased demand for Swedish IT professionals

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More Swedes in work

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New government to reverse job protection rules

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Swedish job market boosted by record vacancies

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Women hit as unemployment fund charges soar

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Swedish office workers ‘can’t explain their jobs’

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‘Sweden only EU nation to allow age discrimination’

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Swedish job laws to be weakened

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Builders more prone to heart attacks

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Easter strike threatens Sweden’s retail sector

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Many Swedes read work e-mail during summer holidays

Swedes put boss before salary

Swedes put boss before salary

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Job seekers checked on criminal register

Swedes work shortest hours in Europe

Swedes work shortest hours in Europe

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Young Swedes ‘not positive’ to foreign colleagues

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Jobless Swedes lying to unemployment agency

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Government sacks employment agency head

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Swedish multinationals pamper employees to keep them fit

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Scania’s sporting facilities keep workers on their toes

Study: ‘lying common among job seekers’

Study: ‘lying common among job seekers’

Swedish jobless stats reach historic lows

Swedish jobless stats reach historic lows

New funding to help educated immigrants get jobs in Sweden

New funding to help educated immigrants get jobs in Sweden

Swedes express increased job market pessimism

Swedes express increased job market pessimism

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Dismissal notices reach historic levels

Good sex makes you better at your job: study

Good sex makes you better at your job: study

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Street grovelling leads to work for jobless Swede

Princess Madeleine goes back to work

Princess Madeleine goes back to work

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Study: Challenge beats pay in new job search

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More companies switch to English at work: study

Young Swedish workers abuse sick leave: study

Young Swedish workers abuse sick leave: study

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Swedish employers want good-looking staff: study

Swedish man paid salary of two kronor

Swedish man paid salary of two kronor

Swedes working overtime at record levels

Swedes working overtime at record levels

Information overload drains Swedish work hours: study

Information overload drains Swedish work hours: study

How to give the perfect presentation to Swedes
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How to give the perfect presentation to Swedes

‘Careerism has left a society in discontent’

‘Careerism has left a society in discontent’

More women than men stuck on temp contracts

More women than men stuck on temp contracts

Swedes should work until they’re 75: Reinfeldt

Swedes should work until they’re 75: Reinfeldt

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120,000 young Swedes not working or studying

Educated Greeks flock to Sweden to find work

Educated Greeks flock to Sweden to find work

Fake work permits a growing problem: police

Fake work permits a growing problem: police

Gaming industry decries work permit wait times

Gaming industry decries work permit wait times

Hiring foreigners ‘good for business’: study

Hiring foreigners ‘good for business’: study

Swedish dads working less as mums work more

Swedish dads working less as mums work more

Sweden to jobless youth: find work in Greece

Sweden to jobless youth: find work in Greece

CV name-change leaves foreign student reeling

CV name-change leaves foreign student reeling

‘Swedes don’t want to see gaps in your CV’

‘Swedes don’t want to see gaps in your CV’

Ericsson frets over lack of foreign students

Ericsson frets over lack of foreign students

Swedish study confirms foreign name CV bias

Swedish study confirms foreign name CV bias

Swedish unions want to curb labour migration

Swedish unions want to curb labour migration

Sweden fails to explain work visa rules: report

Sweden fails to explain work visa rules: report

‘Swedish work-visa window too narrow’

‘Swedish work-visa window too narrow’

Swedish parents more stressed than Europeans

Swedish parents more stressed than Europeans

The dos and don’ts of Swedish work wear

The dos and don’ts of Swedish work wear