Labour market policies against the odds? Job finding among participants in ESF projects in comparison with the Public Employment Service

Publication year: 2014

Ryszard Szulkin, Lena Nekby, Magnus Bygren, Clara Lindblom, Kenisha Russell-Jonsson, Ragnar Bengtsson, Erik Normark

Research report 2014/1, 115 p.

The European Social Fund (ESF) has complemented the Swedish Employment Service’s work assisting job seekers in finding new jobs, by financing projects specifically designed to help long-term unemployed individuals, foreign born migrants and young people. ESF aims to achieve better results than the Employment Service. This report examines how well they have succeeded.

This is a translation of the report "På jakt efter framgångsrik arbetslivsintegrering" (2013).

Download the report (pdf)

Publication year: 2014

Ryszard Szulkin, Lena Nekby, Magnus Bygren, Clara Lindblom, Kenisha Russell-Jonsson, Ragnar Bengtsson, Erik Normark

Research report 2014/1, 115 p.

The European Social Fund (ESF) has complemented the Swedish Employment Service’s work assisting job seekers in finding new jobs, by financing projects specifically designed to help long-term unemployed individuals, foreign born migrants and young people. ESF aims to achieve better results than the Employment Service. This report examines how well they have succeeded.

This is a translation of the report "På jakt efter framgångsrik arbetslivsintegrering" (2013).

Download the report (pdf)