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Is Sweden's gaming industry running out of workers?

Some worry that Sweden's gaming industry is struggling to attract talent; others argue that there is no crisis on the horizon. Photo: Marton Monus/MTI/TT

Published: 18.Sep.2018 11:18 hrs

The Swedish gaming industry is growing fast. This might sound positive, but the industry is now warning that it's running out of people to hire. Why is that, and what does it mean for the sector?

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In 2017, the number of gaming companies and employees in Sweden increased by almost a quarter in total compared to the previous year, according to a review from industry organization Dataspelsbranschen.

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