Swedish parents enjoy the longest paid parental leave in the world—a combined 480 days, 2 months reserved for fathers. By contrast, the U.S. is the only industrialized nation that doesn’t mandate that parents of newborns get paid leave.

Swedish parents enjoy the longest paid parental leave in the world—a combined 480 days, 2 months reserved for fathers. By contrast, the U.S. is the only industrialized nation that doesn’t mandate that parents of newborns get paid leave.

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  3. papyrus2001 said: Norway has this too, because of the labour party. But the right party wants to get it removed (will probably be ruling the country the next years), because they say it’s “forcing men to stay home with the baby”, yeah because equality is a “bad thing”.
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