"Worries about unemployed refugees have been masked by the recent strong performance of Sweden’s economy—ironically boosted by increased spending on refugees. (IKEA, a furniture chain, is said to have run out of mattresses.) But there is a growing realisation that Sweden—and Europe as a whole—cannot afford to delay reforms to ease the integration of refugees. The numbers now are simply too big.Economist
Like most of Europe, Sweden’s population is ageing. Educating and integrating young refugees could help plug gaps in the labour market. Failure to do so will exacerbate pressure on government spending and could lead to permanent exclusion and further polarisation. Europe is right to be worried about refugees and jobs—albeit for the wrong reasons."
Valet 2018: Socialdemokraterna har 321 dagar på sig att sjunga en annan sång - Budskapet är att den svenska välfärden behöver skyddas med hjälp av gränskontroller. Statsvetaren Jonas Hinnfors säger i DN att socialdemokraterna tar en ...
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