Sweden Driver

Sweden Driver
  1. Sweden Drivers License Number
  2. Sweden Driver License
  3. Portugal Driver's License

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikimedia Commons has media related to Racecar drivers from Sweden. This is a non-diffusing parent category of Category:Swedish female racing drivers The contents of that subcategory can also be found within this category, or in diffusing subcategories of it. Just another day at the office. Was hoping for a run at full speed, train picked up at the repair shop, but after about 7 minutes I got behind a bunch of s.

What is the salary of - Taxi Driver Sweden?
How to find a job - Taxi Driver Sweden?

The most common places to find a job are: Stockholm (capital city), Gothenburg, Malmo, Uppsala, Vasteras, Orebro
Salary for the job: Taxi Driver Sweden - USD 2037
Average salary Sweden - USD 2484Sweden
Wages are paid in local currency: SEK (Swedish krona)
The impact of the work experience on the salary:
Experienced: + 8%
Mid-Career: + 3%
Entry-Level: - 6%
Chart: (1) Salary - Taxi Driver (2) Average salary - SwedenLicense
Chart: (1) Experienced (2) Medium experience (3) Partialy experience
Employee benefits
Retirement plan: Very rare
Health insurance: Yes, often
Internal and external training courses: No
Career development plan for the employees: No
Typical job requirements
Education level: High school
Certification: Required
IT literate: Not necessary
Probation period: Not usual
Official language: Swedish
Knowledge of foreign languages: Not necessary
Driver's licence: Necessary
Work experience: Impact on the salary - Low
Job type:
Full Time Job
Part Time Job
Temporary Job
Seasonal Job
Night Shift

Sweden Drivers License Number

Industry: transportation and travel jobs
Working time and paid leave
Working week: Monday - Friday
Working hours per week: 40
Overtime working hours: Not frequently
Paid vacation days: 25 (The contract may be different)
Paid public holidays: 9
Lunch break: Generally no
Lunch break duration: 30 minutes
Flexible working hours: Rarely
Companies in Sweden, with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation - taxi driver, are taxicab operators and transport companies.
Check out salaries for other occupations - Sweden
Sweden DriverSimilar jobs:
Truck Driver
Bus Driver
Delivery Driver

Sweden Driver License

Uber driver
Limo driver
Salary - Taxi Driver: (1) Sweden (2) Norway (3) Denmark
Salary - Sweden: (1) Taxi Driver (2) Van driver (3) Limo driver

Finding a job in Sweden

So, you’ve decided to move to Sweden. Next step: finding a job. Below are some helpful starting points.

Job listings

The Swedish Public Employment Agency’s (Arbetsförmedlingen) offers support to people looking for work. It offers information, advice and support. Then there are many privately run job sites commonly used to find a job in Sweden. These websites usually include job listings (often in Swedish) and functions where you can upload your CV. Some of these job sites are:

Job listings in English

Recruitment agencies with job listings

  • Adecco (in Swedish)
  • Manpower (in Swedish)
  • OnePartnerGroup (in Swedish)
  • Randstad (in Swedish)
  • TNG (in Swedish)

EURES – the European Job Mobility Portal

Portugal Driver's License

Another good starting point for job seekers is the EURES database. It’s a collection of job listings from EU countries’ public employment agencies and run by the EU Public Employment Service. Citizens of EU countries can make use of the ‘Your first EURES job’ programme, designed to encourage European mobility.

EURES is also very useful if you’re a non-EU citizen who needs a work permit. If you’re offered a job, your employer must have advertised the job in the EU/European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland for at least ten days. This is one of the basic requirements to be eligible for a Swedish work permit, and EURES makes that easier. The terms of employment you have been offered must also match those set by Swedish collective agreements or those that are customary within the occupation or industry.

You can get in touch with EURES Sweden on Facebook or chat with an advisor at EURES.

The labour shortage list

The Swedish Migration Agency together with the Public Employment Agency regularly put together a list of occupations that are in high demand in Sweden, the labour shortage list (pdf only in Swedish). Check it out – because if you are offered a job in a highly demanded occupation (i.e. one on this list), you can apply for a work permit from Sweden instead of having to return to your home country to apply. (Unfortunately, the list is only available in Swedish, so you may need to paste the link above into a web translation tool.)

Direct contact with a company

If you are interested in working at a specific company, it may be a good idea to apply for a job with them directly. Many companies include information on available positions on their websites. If you don’t find career information on a company’s website, you can contact them directly to ask if they can accept an open application.

Work experience/internships and fast tracks

Another way to get into the Swedish workforce is to participate in work experience/get an internship at a work place. This gives you vocational experience, vocational orientation or experience in working life, which could give you a head start when applying for a proper job later on.

Useful links

  • Korta vägen (‘the short cut’) – a nationwide programme offering foreign academics a fast track to the Swedish employment market; arranged by the Swedish Public Employment Agency (link to Folkuniversitetet, one of the educational associations involved)
  • Work experience via the Migration Agency – the opportunity for asylum seekers to get work experience while waiting for an asylum decision

Guide about working in Sweden

Workinginsweden.se offers useful information about working in Sweden.

Learning Swedish

Some starting points for learning the Swedish language:

Learningswedish.se – a free beginner’s course

(by the Swedish Institute and partners)

If you’re planning on working in Sweden, go to the dedicated website workinginsweden.se to find out what you need to do.


Last updated: 11 January 2021