In this blog post, we look at the financial consequences of career instability in Finland. We discuss the effects of career gaps on earnings growth and ask if job-hopping really is good for you.
In this blog post, we look at how the pandemic affected the employment of foreigners in Finland. This compliments our earlier discussions on the pandemic and the Finnish labor market.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment published open jobs and job seekers in Finland numbers from 2021. We take a look at those today.
In this blog, we look at recent data on employment after graduation in Finland. We look, for example, at employment rates. We also talk about if and where graduates moved to after their graduation.
In this blog, we look at the occupations that were the hardest hit by the pandemic in Finland in 2020. We discuss furlough stats specifically but also mention some general unemployment stats.
In this blog post, we examine the Corona pandemic and the labor market in Finland. We look at how the pandemic affected men and women differently.
The TE office is still an important avenue for employers to advertise their positions. Thus the annual TE office statistics give us important information about the Finnish job market. In this blog post, we take a look at last year and see how the Finnish job market looked like in 2020.
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.