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Moderates propose career change grant

Published fredag 23 januari 2015 kl 10.06
Foto: Maja Suslin/TT
Anna Kinberg Batra is the new leader of the conservative Moderate party. Photo: Maja Suslin/TT

The conservative Moderate party wants to make it easier for Swedes to change their careers, possibly by introducing a career change grant. 

The newly minted party leader of the conservative Moderate party, Anna Kinberg Batra, says to newspaper Dagens Nyheter that people should prepare for a mid-life career change, because some occupations may quickly become obsolete in the future.

The party's spokesman for economic affairs, Ulf Kristersson, has proposed a career change grant to facilitate the transition between jobs and Anna Kinberg Batra requests more flexibility on the labour market in terms of hiring and firing.

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