Welcome to Workinginsweden.se
If you are thinking about moving to Sweden for work, you've come to the right place. In addition to providing a step-by-step guide to the Swedish migration process, Workinginsweden.se also provides helpful hints and describes some of the advantages of a work life in Sweden. The site is aimed mainly at non-EU/EEA citizens* interested in working in Sweden for at least one year.
The Swedish labor market has long been known for combining business innovation, generous employment benefits and long-term job security. Together with one of the highest living standards in the world, Sweden now sets a new standard for labor migration laws, making it easier than ever for non-EU citizens to live and work in Sweden.
By following the simplified rules, it is possible to find a job from abroad, receive an offer of employment and a Swedish work permit. In short, if a Swedish employer needs your skills, a work permit is not far behind.
EU citizens and non-EU/EEA citizens interested in working here for less than one year can also find useful information about working and living in Sweden.
*EEA stands for European Economic Area. For Nordic and Swiss citizens, other rules apply.
Sweden is a good place for careers in most professions. And with relaxed labor migration rules in place, it has become easier to move here for work. As an employee in Sweden, you are also offered a range of benefits. Let us give you three good reasons to move to Sweden for work.
First, apply for a job in Sweden via the EURES job site. When you've managed to get a job offer from Sweden, our step-by-step guide will take you through the process of moving here. Learn how your immediate family members can automatically qualify for a work permit along with your own. A written job offer is your key to a life in Sweden.
There are many reasons for coming to Sweden to work. The Swedish labour market is renowned for combining innovation, generous work benefits and job security, and the governing labour migration rules also make it easy for people outside the EU to obtain Swedish work permits. This is how to do it.