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And even though English is widely spoken, you’ll get on better if you can learn as much Swedish as possible before you go.
If you're an EU national you can travel to Sweden before getting a job and look for employment once in the country.
The job market | Applying for jobs | Vacancy sources | Getting work experience | Visa information | Living in Sweden The labour market is healthy and there are high levels of competition for jobs.
However, Sweden does have a labour shortage list and looks for international workers to fill these roles.
You'll need to have the right skills and qualifications for these jobs so try to build experience at home first.
The best prospects are with international companies that have a base in the UK.Conditions of employment are decided between employers and trade unions by collective agreement.You may be required to attend an assessment centre and the number of times you'll be interviewed varies between employers.Some professions in Sweden are regulated which means certain standards of training and education need to be met.There are various regulated jobs, including healthcare professions, authorised translators and interpreters, lawyers, teachers and estate agents.Information about job vacancies, living and working conditions and labour markets in Sweden, as well as a CV-posting service for jobseekers is available at EURES – European Job Mobility Portal. National and corporate members are listed at World Employment Confederation.Search for employment agencies in Gula Sidorna (Swedish Yellow Pages) – in Swedish only, search ‘ The Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen) is where most vacancies are registered.If you are not a UK national, contact the Swedish embassy in the country where you are currently residing about how to obtain visas and work permits.If you are living in the UK, go to the Embassy of Sweden.If you are an EU national you have the right to live and work in Sweden without a visa or work permit and can start working as soon as you arrive in the country.You only need to contact the Swedish Migration Board if you can't support yourself financially through work or savings.