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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 20 oktober 2005 kl 12.16
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The Zombie Worm
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Generation Gap takes on a new meaning in Sweden as kids can expect a bleaker future than that of their parents.

But as Street Talk discovers, Swedes think they toil longer and harder in the office than other Europeans.

And the North Sea is home to the Zombie Worm, find out more about this bone-eater in today’s edition.

Closing Music: Weeping Willows: I’m Gonna Let Love Find Me

People Living in Sweden are generally recognised as having one of the highest standards of living in the world.  While that may be true for the mid-life generation and pensioners here – for those born in the eighties, it’s a different matter entirely.

In Street Talk: Are Swedes clocking up too many hours in the office? Findings from a recent survey show that Swedes think they work harder than other Europeans...

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