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Swedish Workforce Fear & Mobility Index: Optimistic and Willing to Move

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Employers beware and be ready with aggressive retention programs:  With an improving unemployment rate and generally optimistic view of the economy, the Swedish workforce is highly mobile – willing to seek out and switch jobs – despite recent signs that the Swedish economy is slowing down, with GDP growth expected to be weaker in the coming quarters.

Download your complimentary Workforce Logiq market research report: Swedish Workforce Fear and Mobility Index: Optimistic and Willing to Move, which reveals:

  • 40 percent of Swedish respondents think the Swedish economy is going to get better; only 29% believe the economy will get worse.
  • 54 percent of respondents said they plan to change jobs within the next 12 months.
  • 47 percent of Swedish respondents indicate they actively look for a new job at least a few times per month.

As more than half of employees in Sweden plan on switching jobs in the coming year, it’s clear that the country’s workers are taking advantage of a seller’s market. This mobility means that organizations need to focus on ensuring a strong fit when hiring talent and having good retention strategies.

Download our complimentary whitepaper for the full results of our Swedish proprietary research study by completing the form below.

For additional Swedish Workforce Logiq Employee Fear & Mobility Index Study insights read our blog post and view our infographic.

For insight into our Workforce Logiq UK Employee Fear & Mobility Index Study, download our white paper and view our infographic.

For insight into our Workforce Logiq U.S. Employee Fear & Mobility Index Studydownload our white paper and view our infographic.




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