Jan 27, 2011

65,000 New Jobs in Sweden 2011

Sweden is in a better economic and fiscal shape than most other OECD countries, says OECD. That situation means labor demand is growing and The Swedish Public Employment Service today announced its predictions for empoyment in 2011.

"A total of 65,000 more are expected to get jobs during the year and the number of occupations where there is a shortage of labor is increasing steadily. Most difficult for employers to find staff will be in the computer professions, engineering professions and construction trades because there are too few trained."

Here's their press release in Swedish. You can translate it with Google.

If you have IT skills – welcome to Sweden!

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