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Foreign-born workers set for lower pensions

Published onsdag 26 april kl 13.33
Economist: They enter the Swedish system later.
(1:43 min)
Foreign-born workers may see their colleagues walk off into returement before they themselves can afford to do so.
Foreign-born workers may see their colleagues walk off into returement before they themselves can afford to do so. Credit: Janerik Henriksson /TT.

The first-ever figures comparing foreign-born and Swedish-born workers show that immigrants earning the same final salary will end up with lower pensions.

Radio Sweden spoke to economist Kristina Kamp from the minpension.se project, run and financed half by the Swedish state and half by the pension companies.

She explains why there's a pension gap, and can be done to bridge it.

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