Let’s face reality: landing a job in Sweden, or anywhere else really, is not the simplest challenge one needs to overcome, especially if you don’t speak the local language. Still, it’s not impossible! Read our blog post and learn about how to find work in Sweden without Swedish. What we can already tell you is that there are several jobs in Sweden for English speakers.
Do you have questions about being a home chef? Read our interview with Ping who cooks with Gastronaut in Stockholm and learn about the characteristics of home cooking jobs.
Are you looking for an easy job, preferably where previous work experience is not a requirement? Read the interview with Emilio who works as a delivery rider in Stockholm. He’ll tell you how simple, flexible and fun it is to earn money by delivering food by bike.
The street-level imagery platform Mapillary is launching in Gothenburg and is now looking for people to help capture imagery of streets
Meet Piotr. As many international students, he needs a flexible job that will allow him to study, work and, of course, have fun. He tells us why he is considering start working as a Foodora rider.
Being a newcomer can be quite challenging, especially if you need to learn the language, adapt to a new lifestyle, and start your career over. But, what if the key to success would be actually sharing some of your own culture? Like food, for example.
Do you love traveling? Exploring new places? Meeting new people? If your answer is yes, you will be happy to know that you can actually make money doing all these things. Meet Stefani, a local tour guide in Stockholm.
In the Christmas spirit, we invited pet sitters, local guides, drivers, home cooks for a special event at AppJobs headquarters.
Eight thousand jobs are created in Sweden to supply the demand for pet sitters.
After spending your Midsummer dancing around in the sunshine, here are some quick work opportunities you don’t want to miss this season!