In this blog, we tell you why and how employers recruited in Finland in 2019. The blog contains a few lessons for job seekers.
In this blog post, we take a look at what professions will be needed in Finland in the future. We particularly pay attention to what that means for the education level of labor force.
For a long time, discussions about the labor market have focused on the labor shortages in Finland. At the same, however, there is a large number of people who are unemployed in Finland. In this blog post, we’ll examine this paradox.
The foreign language programs of Finnish universities are now accepting applications. Also, the application period for teaching programs that qualify graduates to teach in Finnish universities of applied sciences and vocational schools is now open as well. In this blog post, we give you the basic application information for both of these options.
The new year always brings changes in legislation. In our first blog of 2021, we take a look at what changes in Finland this year.
Sometimes it’s not entirely clear whether accepting a job will make you an employee or not. Here, we go through situations that are tricky. We tell you what the general rules are and why it’s important to know what your status is.
This week Statistics Finland published an online article on the critical workers in Finland. We take a look at what it said. This continues a conversation we started in March.
The government is planning to change the non-competition rules of the Finnish Employment Contracts Act. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the current legislation and tell you what the proposed changes would mean for employees.
The 2019 Working Life Barometer was just published. We’ll see what that tells you about what it’s like to work in Finland.
This week in our blog we focus again on salaries. This time we take a look at the most common salary systems in Finland.