Manufacturing companies that employ workers with more formal education than necessary can lose out in terms of productivity and profitability, according to preliminary findings by the independent, Stockholm-based Ratio Institute, which researches how to improve conditions for enterprise.
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- When being overqualified is a liability.
- Statistics Sweden.
A sharp drop for the governing Social Democrats and wind in the sails for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats - that according to Sweden's biggest opinion poll, which is done twice a year.
- No showers or mattresses.
The Migration Agency's reception centre for asylum seekers at the Malmö exhibition hall is a 'health hazard' for those forced to sleep there. That's the view of Save the Children, which is very concerned for the refugee children who are sleeping on concrete floors.
- Rapid increase in grenade attacks.
The government will today present a raft of new proposals aimed at curbing the growth of gang-related violence and organised crime.
- P3 youth channel.
What's it like being nominated for a P3 Guld award and from where do this year's nominees draw their musical inspiration?
- Music awards from Swedish Radio's youth channel.
Nominees have been announced for the 2016 P3 Guld awards, which lets listeners vote for their favorite musical artists of the year.
- Fantastic year.
Sarah Sjöström became the seventh swimmer to win one of Sweden's most prestigious sports achievement awards, Bragdguldet, on Tuesday. The 22-year-old was recognised for her achievement at the World Swimming Championships in August, when she won five medals and twice broke the world record in the 100 meter butterfly.
- European Commission.
Some of the refugees that have come to Sweden may soon be relocated to other member states within the European Union, according to the European Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, who visited Sweden Monday.
- Climate meeting in Paris.
A green industry can bring about massive change, said Prime Minister Stefan Löfven when he addressed world leaders at the UN climate conference in Paris Monday afternoon.
- Writing a book.
Swedish freelance journalist Joakim Medin has reported from the civil war in Syria and at one time was captured by Syrian government forces. He tells Radio Sweden about the hopes of innocent civilians left in the country and life under Islamic State rule.
- The scourge of schools and hospitals.
Swedish health authorities are warning of a new wave of the winter vomiting disease, or norovirus. The alarm bells have been triggered at the Public Health Agency's website for health care information.
- Southern Sweden.
Almost 28,000 households were still without power Monday lunchtime, after Storm Gorm blew threw southern Sweden, Sunday. Fallen trees by roadsides are making it difficult to repair damaged utility lines, according to energy company Eon.