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How to get a PR or marketing job in Sweden

Seven steps to your dream job in marketing, plus tips from two experts. Photo: Simon Paulin/imagebank.sweden.se

Published: 13.Jun.2018 06:59 hrs

Looking for a marketing or PR job in Sweden? The Local has spoken to people who've been through both sides of the process to share their experiences of hiring and applying, and learn how you can find your dream role in the Swedish marketing industry.

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Whether you're an experienced marketer or searching for your first job in the industry, there are plenty of opportunities across the country. Finding and successfully applying for them however can feel like a job in itself, particularly if you aren't yet fluent in Swedish or used to the working culture.

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