This study has intended to understand overall youth unemployment situation in Sweden. Introduction is the first chapter and the second chapter presents international perspective of youth unemployment situation in the European context as well as in Sweden. The theoretical framework and important concepts have been discussed in the chapter third. The fourth chapter contains methodological description. The results and analysis of the study are presented in the fifth chapter. The chapter six presents conclusion and discussions. The study shows that unemployed youth experience many types of social exclusions among these were exclusion from the labour market due to a lack of job experiences, etc. Youth unemployed tended to be dependent on their parents or the state welfare for survival. The finding showed that youth had several coping strategies to combat social exclusion; often they had a high degree of family support, and other networks such as friends, the social services and employment offices. This study has shown that youth from working class backgrounds and youth with immigrant backgrounds do not find it easy to get network support that leads to jobs.