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10 things Sweden should do to make life better for international talent

What can Swedish companies do better? Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT

Published: 21.Mar.2019 16:10 hrs

When The Local asked our readers for practical measures Swedish institutions and companies could take to make the country a better place for international workers, you had plenty of suggestions. Here are ten key ways foreign workers in Sweden think things could be improved.

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1. Streamline the work visa process

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