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  1. 1. STOCKHOLM RESEARCH High Standard of Living: Workplace With one of the highest standards of living in the world, Sweden offers residents a good life—from the cradle to the grave. Take for example, an average electrician in Sweden. He is likely to have a three room apartment in the city and may have a small summer cottage in the countryside together with his partner, who also works full time. The couple is able to afford a biofuel car and a yearly vacation abroad, while supporting two children in daycare. Like all other workers in Sweden, the electrician also enjoys a minimum of five weeks of paid vacation per year, along with paid sick and parental leave. If he and his partner have a child, they are entitled to up to 480 days of paid leave. Since they are working, the couple is also allowed up to a combined 120 days of paid leave per year to care for sick children. Sweden sees many of these benefits as neces- sary rights for everyone, regardless of income or social status. They help to make sure that all of the children are healthy and well educated. Family Migration: For people with partners and children, moving from one country to another is never a simple task. Swedish law takes this into account, making it possible for family members to receive work and residence permits for the duration of your stay. This opportunity so far is unique to Sweden. 4HELIXXILEH DESIGN INC

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