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Photo: Anna Hugosson

We are always looking for talent like you

With companies in Stockholm crying out for global talent, there’s ample opportunity for the world’s brightest minds to relocate to the city. And the good news is, the many perks of living in Sweden’s capital don’t just apply to the Swedes. International workers can also enjoy the benefits of life in Stockholm, from generous parental leave and a world-class healthcare system to a famously healthy attitude to work/life balance.

Explore the Stockholm region

There's far more to Stockholm than the inner city. You can live and work outside the city limits, just a stone's throw from nature yet within reach of the capital's hustle and bustle. Check out these stories from international professionals who live in the wider Stockholm region.

Mayor of Stockholm: 'We want to be the impact capital of the world'

Few years have given humankind as much cause for reflection as 2020. But in the eyes of Anna König Jerlmyr, the Mayor of Stockholm, reflecting on your purpose and the impact you can have has always been crucial.

Why becoming a parent in Stockholm is like starting a business

Stockholm is known for being one of the world’s most successful startup hubs and it’s also one of the best places to start a family, for many of the same reasons! When you think about it, having a baby is much like launching a startup -- it’s a high-risk, all-consuming, lifelong project: formation stage, scaling and exit.

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