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The TE services offer your expert assistance when you are looking for a job or considering your career choices.
If you are made redundant or finishing your studies, take an active approach to looking for a job from the start. If you decide to take a break, even a couple of months will make it more difficult to find a job.
The TE services provide
Once you have registered as a jobseeker with the TE Office, the office can market you to employers who are looking for workers.
Our vocational guidance and career planning services have expertise in
Psychologists at the TE Offices can help you find solutions to questions concerning career choices, work, or education and training. They will work together with you to examine your capabilities, objectives and options regarding education, training and working life.
Assisted by their guidance, you will set your own targets. You will be supported by the entire expertise offered by the TE Office relevant to choosing an occupation and a study programme, working life and professional development. The services are both for young people and adults. They are free of charge, but in many cases you are asked to make an appointment.
If you become unemployed, register as a jobseeker with the TE Office at the latest on the first day of your unemployment by using our online jobseeker form. Register as a jobseeker and edit your job search in
If you are aged less than 25, or if you are a recently graduated unemployed jobseeker aged 25–29, your are within the scope of the youth guarantee. Once you have registered as a jobseeker, we will work together with you to draw up a plan on services that will help you find a job. These services will be offered to you once you have been unemployed for a maximum of three months.
You may also receive a Sanssi card from the TE Office, which will considerably improve your chances of finding a job.