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Working life in Sweden

Find out more about working life in Sweden via the links below.

How to find a job in Sweden (web portal administered by the Swedish Institute)

Living and working in Sweden, brochure from the Swedish Public Employment Service (pdf)

Swedish National ENIC/NARIC centre processes evaluations for the Swedish labour market at the Swedish Council for Higher Education

Apply for a licence to practise (for applicants from the EU/EEA countries, at the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare) 

Ministry of Employment Sweden (Utbildningsdepartementet)

The Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen)  

The EURES portal (The European job mobility portal)

The Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket)

Confederation of Swedish Enterprise (Svenskt näringsliv)

List of largest Swedish companies (compiled on Wikipedia = unofficial)

Business Sweden - The Swedish Trade and Invest Council

The Swedish Confederation of Professional Associations, SACO

Salaried Employees' National Association, TCO

Swedish Trade Union Confederation, LO 

The Union of Service and Communication Employees, SEKO 

The Union of Civil Servants, ST

Senast uppdaterad: 16 augusti 2017