Excerpted from the Sweden Career Guide
Learn as much as possible about a prospective company before the interview. It is acceptable to contact the person listed in a job advertisement in order to introduce yourself and to obtain additional information, however, keep the call brief and don’t call more than once.
Dress appropriately for the type of position sought. Investigate a company’s dress code by, for example, examining the company’s website and seeing if there are any pictures.
Swedish employers analyze everything about an applicant, from skills and education to personality and social graces. Be prepared to answer questions about everything from your background, including hobbies, to opinions on current matters related to the position.
You can expect the recruitment process to take approximately one month.
Sending thank you notes is becoming more common.
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