Sweden relaxed its immigration rules and giving companies a free hand to recruit foreign workers without quotas. Sweden is looking for more than 10,00,000 worker all over the world. Sweden is a global leader in the mobile telecoms sector. It has a need for skilled telecoms engineers, but many are deterred by Sweden’s very high tax rates.
The primary language of Sweden is Swedish, which is very similar to the other Scandinavian languages—Danish, Norwegian and Icelandic.
English is taught as a compulsory secondary language in Swedish schools.
Sweden’s entire population has equal access to health care services. The Swedish health care system is government-funded and heavily decentralized. Compared with other countries at a similar development level, the system performs well, with good medical success in relation to investments and despite cost restrictions.