Work in Sweden

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Sweden.

Finding work in Sweden

Sweden is an extremely popular market for expats, famous for great working conditions, gender equality and a good work-life balance. If you are planning to live and work in Sweden, you should be aware of the state of the labour market in general and in your area — as well as the requirements and formalities needed based on your nationality. Generally speaking, EU nationals will have a much easier time finding work in Sweden than third-country nationals. However, Sweden has many tools in place that will help facilitate your search. 

Proudly called “the capital of Scandinavia”, Stockholm is a metropolitan city that always attracted ...

Sweden's second biggest city after Stockholm, and one of the largest in all of Scandinavia. Located in Västra ...

Located in Skåne county in the south of Sweden, Malmö is one of Scandinavia's first heavily ...

Uppsala, located north of Stockholm, is the fourth biggest Swedish city. Despite having been around since 1286, ...

Sweden is very welcoming towards young students and trainees. By moving here, you will have the chance to acquire ...

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Örebro is Sweden's seventh largest city and a very picturesque destination thanks to its famous 13th-century ...

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