Life after ISIS: how jihadis struggle to find work

This week, Swedish newspaper Expressen published a series of interviews with former jihadists, focusing on their struggle to find work on their return to Sweden. Particular challenges included explaining long gaps on their CVs, and the ease with which potential employers could find undesirable photos of them online.
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  • Dana Garcia

    I’m seeing a possible career opportunity for a talented Photoshopper and resume writer.

  • canminuteman

    Sob. If I was running the country they would be executed as unlawful enemy combatants.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Awww, boo effing hoo. Traitors and murderers SHOULD have problems getting work, in fact , they should be six feet under, wearing a wooden overcoat.

  • HalcyonDaze

    Given their penchant for publishing photo’s of themselves and their comrades in arms committing war crimes, crimes against humanity and other violations of International Law, i’d say that employers could refuse to hire them based on personal stupidity alone.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Any college would hire them.

    • Dave

      So would trudope.

  • dukestreet

    They should be suffering the consequences of being a traitor. Jail or dead. Why are they not being refused entry into any western nation? Let them stay in an Islamic country. We should stop immigration of Muslims and return any who refuse to intergrate into our societies.

  • Why were these people let back into the country?