What If Getting Laid Off Wasn't Something to Be Afraid Of?

2017-10-25 Atlantic Monthly

"In Sweden, employers pay into private funds that retrain workers who lose their jobs. The model makes the whole economy more dynamic.," the Atlantic states. Andreas Bergh, IFN och Lund University, is being interviewed saying that “one of the better parts of the Swedish model is that we encourage adjustments by allowing people to enter into training programs, or move to other areas if that is what is needed to find a job".

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