Labour Mobility and conditions for intra-European Migration: Professional and Privileged Migration from Sweden
In European labor migration has increased in recent decades, partly due to. amended legislation aimed at facilitating mobility between Member States. At the same time, there are large national differences between the member countries, for example I form of employment protection, labor market policies and insurance systems. In addition to individual factors, images, individual level of education, age and social background, studies show that the individual's conditions for transnational mobility can be influenced by the design of the welfare state. I have this project investigating how higher image migrants use various previous resources in the recipient country, for example to get those who have rights and privileged men and to seek understanding of how the national system works.