Here is a neat article in Zuzeeko’s blog about employment of immigrants in Sweden. According to the article, 41% of the cleaners are immigrants.
It would be interesting to know what the unemployment rate among immigrants in that Nordic country.
A question: If Sweden has had lots of immigrants since the 1970s, how many generations will it take for Swedes to accept immigrants? What does this say about Finland, where we are a couple of generations behind Sweden on the home immigration front?