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Research project High unemployment rates and burnout due to high work load are two big public health problems in Sweden
Research clearly shows a worsened health for the unemployed and long-term negative health consequences for unemployed youth. During the latest decades, the unemployment in Sweden has doubled. At the same time the health situation for the employed has also worsened. Obviously, more job opportunities within the Swedish labor market would be needed as well as the need to lessen the burden for many who are employed.
The Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare, 2016-2018: SEK 2,230,000