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Employment and Economic Development Offices provide jobseekers and employers with a wide range of services. The Employment and Economic Development Offices have about 200 outlets around Finland.
Employment and Economic Development Offices offer information about vacancies, job seeking processes, education, different occupations as well as entrepreneurship. For employers the employment office offers for example recruiting and training services.
The purpose of the EURES (the European Employment Services) is to promote mobility on the European labour markets by providing advice to job seekers who want to work abroad and to employers who want to recruit workers from abroad. In Finland EURES services are provided by public employment services.
The right to perform gainful employment in Finland is determined according to citizenship. For more information see the link on the left “Foreigners working in Finland”.
In Finland, the employment relationship between the employee and the employer is regulated by different acts and agreements. More information can be found under the topic Labour Legislation.
The guidebook Working in Finland contains information about life and working in Finland for those who are moving to Finland as well as instructions on how to find further information (the link on the right).