Part 3: Swedish job interview success - preparation, practice and advice

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Part 3: Swedish job interview success - preparation, practice and advice

Get help from a recruiter for employer connections, job search, applications, interviews, salary negotiations, work permit

By English Jobs Sweden

When and where

Date and time

December 21, 2021 · 4pm - August 31 · 5pm CET


Stockholm Ostermalm Stockholm 11523 Stockholm Sweden

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About this event


Our workshop is specially designed to give international job seekers in Sweden an insight into what is required by Swedish employers and how to improve their chances of success.

All meetings are held as 1 on 1 sessions via online web meetings over Skype or Zoom or in person. Typical duration is 45 mins.


This is your chance to work directly with a recruiter and prepare for your job interview and maximise your chances of success.

Get help from a recruiter:

1. Understand the job interview process in Sweden

2. How to prepare before the interview

3. What questions to expect based on the company you are applying to eg. Spotify, Epidemic Sound, Klarna, NorthVolt and more

4. What questions to expect based on the industry you are working in

5. Practice pitch your impact statement

6. Practice pitch your personal story and bio

7. Practice pitch your work experience, what details to include, what to exclude and how to deliver it

8. Practice pitch your tone, voice and delivery

9. What to expect on the day of the interview - individual interviews vs group interviews.

10. How to answer open format questions

11. How to answer closed format questions

12. How to negotiate your salary and benefits

13. What are your rights as a job applicant

14. How to get your work permit

About the organizer

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English Jobs Sweden specialises in recruiting international talent for Swedish companies. Since 2009 we have helped over 2000 professionals connect with traditional companies such as Ericsson, Skanska, ABB, Volvo and SAAB as well Swedish startups such as Spotify, TrueCaller, Klarna and Skype.