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Job market ripe for the picking?

Published torsdag 15 januari 2015 kl 13.39
Photo: Jurek Holzer / SvD / TT
Photo: Jurek Holzer / SvD / TT.

Around 46,000 Swedes are expected to get new jobs in 2015 according to a yearly assessment from the Swedish Public Employment Service.

The report predicts the biggest job gains within schools, healthcare, hotels and restaurants, according to news agency TT, and it finds that an upper-secondary education will be essential to being hired.

The report predicts that nurses, doctors, and pre-school teachers will be in demand, as well as engineers, construction workers, and cooks. The report said there would be tough competition for jobs in sales, in warehouses, and in media and culture.

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