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Possible Changes on the Swedish Labor Market

Published onsdag 3 januari 2007 kl 14.13

News reports say the new center-right Swedish government wants to make major changes in employment conditions –including ripping up decisions made by the last spring parliament.

One change is to prolong temporary work from the present 14 months up to 2 years – a measure rejected by labor unions arguing that this would delay job and wage security for employees.

The government insists that more flexibility is needed to create more jobs and loosen up the labor market – while critics fear that job security would be weakened – with Sweden moving more towards the American system of using up the younger generation while ousting those growing old and burning out.

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