Sveriges Ingenjörer

Become a member

Your membership in our engineers union gives you security and support all the way from your studies and beyond retirement.

Apply for membership

Who can become a member?

Student, professional engineer or retired - we are with you all the way. Learn more about who can become a member, what it costs and how you switch union to Engineers of Sweden.

Learn more about the membership

Membership fees

Your membership fee may be paid monthly via direct debit, e-invoice or by payment slip quarterly or annually. 

Our membership fees

FAQ about membership

Who can become a member and what can I do if my workplace has no collective agreement? Here we have collected together all the FAQs about membership of Engineers of Sweden. 

Read our FAQ

Is your salary at the right level?

See a selection of the latest salary statistics.

Salary statistics

Negotiate your salary and influence development

There are numerous occasions when you can negotiate your salary. The annual salary dialogue, when there are major changes to the content of your work, if you are promoted or when you change workplaces.

Tips for your salary negotiation

Working in Sweden

Got your first job or are you new to working life in Sweden? We have gathered useful tips and information that will help you in your career. 

Our best tips

Employment contracts

An employment contract is an important document for both employer and employee. It clarifies the working relationship, making it clear and secure for both sides through a written agreement. If there is a collective agreement in force at the workplace, most conditions are already regulated. If there is no collective agreement, there is a lot you need to think about yourself.

Read more about employment contracts

Income insurance

All professionally active members of Engineers of Sweden and the Akademikernas a-kassa unemployment fund have our attractive income insurance protection included automatically in their membership.

Read about income insurance

Legal support and guidance

Our skilled labour law specialists can help you solve indifferences between you and your employer through negotiations, including matters such as employment conditions, your right to compensation for an invention or wrongful dismissal.

Legal support and guidance

Quick FAQ about employment

We have gathered together the most common FAQs here with links to further reading.

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How to succeed in your salary dialogue

Do not underestimate the value of preparing yourself for your salary dialogue. Do not wait until you are sitting down with your boss, prepare in advance.

Read our guide

Interview practice

Have you wondered which questions that's usually asked during an interview? As a working or final-year student member you can book a free interview training session.

Book a training session

Ask the recruiter

Book a free consultation with a recruitment specialist that will prepare you for your next career move.

Book a meeting

Write your best job application

Your CV and personal letter must promote you and your skills. A good, clear design increases your chances of getting you a job interview. Members have access to free CV assessment, use it!

Get a CV assessment

LinkedIn profile review

Recruiters use LinkedIn to find and check up on candidates. LinkedIn is an excellent tool you are looking for a job and also for making contacts.

Get a LinkedIn review

E-learning: Self-leadership

Engineers of Sweden offers members a free e-course in self-leadership, giving you the tools and methods you need to lead yourself.

Learn more and sign up

Digital Management School

Engineers of Sweden offers you our digital management school for new leaders to help you grow in your leadership role.

Learn more and sign up

Graduating with a doctorate

Everything you need to know about graduating with a doctorate.

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Good working conditions for engineers

Here are some examples of the benefits members enjoy as a result of our collective agreement. 

Your benefits from the agreement

Be a union rep

You and your colleagues know what the most important issues are at your workplace. By being actively involved in a trade union, you can have more influence on what happens and have a say on issues such as reorganisations, salary negotiations and managerial appointments.

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