Work at a Samhall factory
disabled employment

Private Competition Welcomed

More employers want to compete with the state when it comes to employing disabled people, and this is supported by many local employment offices.

A survey by Swedish radio shows that several private companies have already established themselves as an alternative to the state-owned Samhall, which is a a state-owned Swedish company assigned to provide meaningful work that furthers the personal development of people with disabilities.

But while Samhall does employ around 19,000 people the Swedish Employment Service says that there are another 200,000 people remaining who also have trouble finding work due to disabilities.

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