Labour Market Hot EU Topic

When the European Union welcomed 10 new members from Eastern and Southern Europe in May 2004, fears were high in Sweden that low-wage workers would overflow the domestic labour market and exploit the social welfare system.

But now, almost exactly four years later, those fears have proven wrong. At a conference held in Stockholm, representatives of the Nordic labour market discussed the positive effects of the 2004 EU enlargement.

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