Via The Local:
Sweden’s government-funded employment agency on Monday launched a campaign encouraging unemployed Swedish youths to look for summer jobs in crisis-stricken Mediterranean countries including Spain and Greece.
The jobs, most of them in the hotel and entertainment sectors, will mainly serve Swedish tourists.
The positions include football coaches, aerobics instructors, and dancers at hotels and resorts around the Mediterranean.
Some of the jobs require Scandinavian language skills, but not all of them, said Kristina Gärdebro Johansson, advisor at the Swedish Public Employment Serivce.
Youth unemployment in Greece and Spain currently stands at more than 50 percent.