Take the opportunity to experience the quality of life in Finland.
Stability, security and functionality form the basis of everyday life in Finland. That’s why – Finland Works!
During the Finland Works recruitment event on 9th of October 2019 between 10 am and 4 pm (CET), you will have the chance to meet employers from the healthcare, industry, energy and ICT sectors:
· Healthcare sector ( medical specialists, nurses and support workers) – take care of your career and make a healthy move!
· Industry (for example metalworkers: welding, CNC, machinery) – make a precise move to cut yourself a new career path!
· ICT professionals (programmers, coders, web specialists) – develop your professionalism in the real and virtual world!
· Energy/Power Industry professionals – put the spark back into your career
Aim your career to the next level and challenge yourself to a new career path in Finland!
Start to explore how Finland can take your personal and working life in a new and positive direction. Join the event, register, submit your application, chat with employers, be interviewed and get a job.
As well as the job opportunities on offer, anyone who registers will receive useful information on living and working in Finland, dealing with issues such as taxes, social security etc.
To join us on the 9th of October 2019 at the Finland Works, European (Online) Job Day, you have to register in advance! Register using the link at the top of the page.
We are looking forward to your registration and participation in our event at www.europeanjobdays.eu .
For employers in Finland, this event is the perfect opportunity to promote your recruitment in the healthcare, industry, energy or ICT sectors throughout Europe. You’ll have the chance to meet a wide range of jobseekers who are highly motivated and have the relevant qualifications and experience.
If you happened to miss a video on our agenda, you can watch them here even after the event. Enjoy!
International House Helsinki - Your entry to working and settling in Helsinki area https://youtu.be/tPREwaPc7zc
TE Services of South-Eastern Finland present: Lappeenranta https://youtu.be/oQTX1retGwA
Pietarsaari Jakobstad Region https://vimeo.com/349627124
ITA Nordic Company presentation https://youtu.be/xIUQ_H0bDms
Seepia Games Company presentation https://youtu.be/ByEub3HZWQE
Astex Gear 2019 https://youtu.be/IJ3_VF4GyiY
Folkhälsan - The Road https://youtu.be/NW80eZaQFU8#
Eumovers - Kathrin's story https://youtu.be/BCHMxg09KOc
Suomi kodiksi - Millainen on suomalainen työelämä (englanti) https://youtu.be/GKs2pue66Kk
Employee rights advisory service for immigrants https://youtu.be/Mg_xNWuDYjw
TE Services of South-Eastern Finland present: Finland's nature https://youtu.be/ioXoYr2icM8
Greenreality Network https://youtu.be/uiZ530Wk06w
TE Services of South-Eastern Finland present: Kouvola https://youtu.be/wUc8eGKWn2o
Visit Vaasa - We can offer something truly unique https://youtu.be/U89ELxh2YmA
Come to Work in Finland https://youtu.be/drcIKgK_9xY
Suomi kodiksi - Mitä asioita sovitaan työsopimuksessa (englanti) https://youtu.be/tAIdCU7yqvk
Finland - World Ideas https://youtu.be/JoOfP6OtLIk
Work in Finland https://youtu.be/dk_sDS84ijI
European Online Job Days - Come to Finland https://youtu.be/Xa_vSyBqqh8
Even though Finland can be very cold at times, luckily we will always have sauna. Generally Finnish people are shy, but when going to the sauna Finns are okay with being naked in the company of complete strangers. Sauna is best served near water, where you can dip in between “löylyt” or steams. It doesn’t really even matter if it is winter or summer – Finns like to jump in the refreshing lakes. You can get in the mood for sauna by reading more and looking at some beautiful photos here: https://www.visitfinland.com/article/join-the-finns-in-the-sauna/
Finnish language might be difficult to learn but you can always approach it with humor. Did you know that “Katos katos katos” is not just three of the same words combined? It actually means “Look, the canopy disappeared”. Learning a new language is always challenging and the most important thing is to keep it up once you learn a little – try to read the newspaper, listen to music or watch TV with subtitles in the language you are learning. Lighten the mood of language learning by visiting this amusing Facebook page about Finland: https://www.facebook.com/pg/veryFinnishproblems .
You must have heard about free healthcare in Finland. It isn’t actually totally free but the prices are very reasonable and you can even see specialist doctors if your situation calls for that. Finnish healthcare is available for every situation of your life – from childbearing to elderly care. You can read more on the subject here: https://www.expat-finland.com/living_in_finland/public_healthcare.html
Finnish nature is a force to be reckoned with. We have literally thousands of lakes, forests for as far as you can see – and beyond that. Tourists from all around the world come to Finland to experience being in the middle of nature and feel the peacefulness of it. Now imagine living here and getting to experience that on a daily basis! Welcome to our forest and lake land. Read more here: https://www.visitfinland.com