To work

If you are planning to enter the job market or you are about to graduate or become unemployed, get an early start. The TE Office services provide help and tools for looking for a job or writing a job application. You can also receive coaching, for example in how to do well in a job interview.

Online and telephone services

Make use of our online services when looking for a job – they are available round the clock.

  • The Avoimet työpaikat (Vacancies) service shows all vacancies in the country (in Finnish). With the help of vacancy watch you can subscribe to information about suitable vacancies directly to your e-mail (in Finnish).
  • In CV-netti (cv-net) you can introduce yourself – maybe this is where your future employer will spot you? (in Finnish)
  • JoBitti is an online job search team – join in and kickstart your job search (in Finnish).

Do not forget our helpline – which you can also approach by e-mail.

  • National Help Line for personal customers provides information about the TE Office's services and guidance in using the online and other services.

The youth guarantee and pay subsidy card will help you find a job

When you register as a jobseeker with the TE Office, we can market you to employers. If you become unemployed, register with the TE Office as a jobseeker at the latest on the first day of your unemployment by using our online jobseeker form.

If you are aged less than 25, or if you are a recently graduated unemployed jobseeker aged 25–29, you are within the Youth Guarantee. Once you have registered as a jobseeker, you will have access to services that you will plan together with the TE Office and that will help you in your search for a job.

You may also receive a pay subsidy card from the TE Office, which will considerably improve your chances of finding a job.

Get a pay subsidy card and find a job