A woman is waiting for a train headed back home.

It is not necessary to display millions of images. The Swedish Labor Minister, Ylva Johansson, was observed eating on the train platform. What’s interesting is that the politician is portrayed as an everyday woman rather than a representative of our government.

When the picture was posted on social media, a lot of Internet users responded by thanking the author for their effort.

The Swedish Labor Minister was seen eating on the railway platform.

True, the image shows none other than Ylva Johansson, Sweden’s Minister of Labor. But he does so as a regular person, not as a dignitary representing our country, and she eats while waiting for the train.

“A Swede waits for her return home train. She chose to have a sandwich for dinner. Her smile looks real on the camera.”

“But, but… The person in question is Sweden’s Minister of Labor, Ylva Johansson. Without using a limousine or bodyguards.”

One of the most effective social ministers in history is thought to have been Johansson. She was able to significantly lower unemployment throughout her time in government

Ylva Julia Margareta Johansson, who was born on February 13, 1964, has been the European Commissioner for Home Affairs since 2019. She previously held the positions of Minister for Schools in the Swedish government from 1994 to 1998, Minister for Welfare and Elderly Healthcare from 2004 to 2006, and Minister for Labour from 2014 to 2019. She has been a member of the Swedish Riksdag since 2006.

Between 1983 and 1992, Johansson obtained a Master of Science in teaching from the Stockholm Institute of Education and Lund University. After graduating, she worked as a math, physics, and chemistry teacher.

In the general elections of 1988, Johansson was chosen to represent the Left Party-Communists in the Riksdag (VPK). She eventually left party and joined the Social Democrats.

Before being chosen as Minister for Schools by Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson, Johansson taught from 1992 to 1994. She and former Finance Minister Erik Sbrink made the decision to publicly acknowledge their love for one another by divorcing their current partners in 1998. Soon after, Johansson resigned from the government. The following few years saw her working in the private sector.

In 2004, Johansson was chosen by Prime Minister Göran Persson to take over Lars Engqvist’s old job as Minister for Health and Elder Care.

Johansson has a son from her second marriage to Erik Sbrink and two children from her first marriage to Bo Hammar. She holds an honorary membership with the Swedish football team Hammarby IF.