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Jusek is a Swedish Union of University Graduates of Law, Business Administration and Economics, Computer and Systems Science, Personnel Management, Professional Communicators and Social Science. Our main task is to reinforce the competitive edge and the position of our member groups and individual members in the labour market.

One of the cornerstones of Jusek's policy is to focus on the individual. We always strive to find the best possible solutions for each individual member. By supporting members in various ways in issues such as wages, careers and employment terms and conditions we aim to strengthen their competitive edge in the labour market.

Our members are divided into sections according to their profession and place of work. This enables them to receive professional assistance from experts in each sector. Jusek's organisation is comprised of members with academic backgrounds in the field of social sciences. Our member groups often work together, and therefore have many shared interests in terms of the various working conditions.

Jusek chairman is Sofia Larsen. The daily work at the office is headed by Magnus Hedberg, chief executive officer. Jusek has over 80 employees and has offices in Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö.

Jusek is part of Saco - The Swedish Confederation of Professional Associations - which is a non-political confederation of 22 independent unions.
Read more about Saco

Membership benefits

You profit from our services and benefits whether applying for your first job, working for several years, looking for a job, starting your own business, becoming a manager or changing careers.
Membership benefits for professionals
Membership benefits for student

Membership requirement

Membership is open to persons who possess academic degrees or have completed a higher education for at least 3 years of university studies or students in Law, Business Administration and Economics, Computer and Systems Science, Personnel Management and Social Science.

Application for membership

An application form is available online. Note that there is a separate application form for AEA (The Graduates´ Unemployment Benefit Fund).
Link to application form
Read more about AEA, unemployment fund for graduates

Method of Payment

Payments can be made quickly and easily on a monthly basis directly from your bank account. There is an on-line application named “Direct debit”. Please fill in your account number and the clearing number of the bank and sign it. This enables Jusek to deduct the membership fee directly from your account. Alternatively we will send you a paying-in slip either annually or quarterly at your discretion. Whichever method you choose, the fee remains the same. 
Form for direct debit

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*AEA (Akademikernas Erkända Arbetslöshetskassa) (The Graduates´ Unemployment Benefit Fund, AEA) AEA is the unemployment fund for graduates in Sweden. For further information regarding membership as well as basic and income-related insurance please click on the following link. The maximum compensation from the Unemployment Insurance is 14 960 SEK/month. If you comply with all the basic requirements, AEA can grant you benefit for a 300-day period of unemployment (at a maximum of five days a week). For the first five days of unemployment, no financial compensation is provided by AEA. For the long-term unemployed, each new insurance period is preceded by five qualifying days. If you become unemployed It is very important to register with your local arbetsförmedling (job centre) on the first working day of your unemployment.