"Almost half a million swedes are dissatisfied with their jobs, reports the Dagens Nyheter with reference to an international survey."
"Ingrid Esser, a sociologist at Stockholm university, has on behalf of the DN picked up previously unpublished figures from the study standard of living Work orientation, no later than July 2015. 8.6 per cent of the respondents, the swedes claim to be dissatisfied with their jobs in any degree. This corresponds to almost a half million working people."
"Among the 23 selected countries, Sweden is on place 20. The citizens of Switzerland enjoy the best at the job, just 2.6 percent are dissatisfied."
"– There are variations in what people want in different countries. But it is so incredibly typical that people in all countries mostly want the same thing: An interesting job, " says Ingrid Esser to DN."
"Corrected: In an earlier version stated incorrectly the number of dissatisfied. The right is that 8.6 per cent of the respondents corresponds to almost a half million working people."