Work and live in Sweden

Sweden.se is the official gateway to Sweden. The website has information on all aspects of Swedish life and society including health care, education, equality, moving to Sweden, how Sweden is governed, culture, food and much more.
Sweden.se

EU/EEA citizens

If you are a citizen of an EU or EEA country and are planning to live, work and/or study in Sweden for one year or more, you are generally required to be registered in the Swedish Population Register (folkbokförd). In order to be registered in the Swedish Population Register you need to notify the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) that you intend to move to Sweden.
You can either have your own right of residence (uppehållsrätt) or you can have right of residence (uppehållstillstånd) as a family member.
Swedish Tax Agency

For further information on working and living in Sweden as an EU citizen, see the Swedish Migration Agency's website.
Swedish Migration Agency

Non-EU/EEA citizens

If you are not a citizen of an EU or EEA country you are required to have a work permit in order to work in Sweden. Work permits are issued by the Swedish Migration Agency.
Swedish Migration Agency

Other useful links

Guide to moving to Sweden for work
Swedish public employment service
Recognition of qualifications from other countries

Bringing a car to Sweden
Driving on a foreign license

Radio Sweden, Swedish news in English
The Local, online Swedish newspaper in English