In this collection you will find useful tips and tricks for your job hunt in Sweden.
Do you live in Denmark and consider getting a job on the other side of Øresund? In the commuter guide you will learn about everything from the Swedish “coordination number” to SINK tax and which authority deals with social security.
If you want to apply for jobs in Sweden, you can find vacant posts here on Øresunddirekt, check company websites or send a unsolicited application.
Citizens from non-Nordic countries who want to work in Sweden must be aware of the rules for work permits.
A Swedish employer must, within one month after the employee has commenced employment, inform in writing of the conditions that apply to the position.
In Sweden it is the individual employer who administers the employees’ holiday. In principle, all employees are entitled to 25 days holiday a year.
Some good advice on what to include and how to structure a good application for a job in Sweden.
If you want to look for a job in Sweden, you can find some useful tips on how to find your dream job in Sweden here.