- There are significant workforce shortages in northern Sweden, Norway and Finland.
- Now educational instututions, municipalities and other organisations located in the north of the Scandinavian penninsula are cooperating across national borders to try and attract workers from around the world.
- Leif Pääjärvi from the Arctic Vocational Foundation says the region is safe, has a growing industrial sector and an environment that is completely unique.
Related stories from around the North:
Iceland: 10% of Iceland’s workforce employed in tourism, The Independent Barents Observer