When you get a job offer

When you register as a jobseeker with the TE Office, you will be asked for details of your work experience and skills. The TE Office will send you job offers based on this information.

If you have notified the TE office that you are interested in entrepreneurship, you may also receive job offers for entrepreneur vacancies.

A job offer will be made to you when the TE Office expert estimates that

  • the work and duties of the job are what you are looking for
  • your professional skills and ability to work match the requirements of the duties.

When job offers are made to you, your preferences regarding the following are taken into account as far as possible:

  • location of the workplace
  • duration of the employment relationship
  • working hours.

Instructions for customers in local government pilots on employment 

Customers of the local government pilots on employment can also receive job offers. If you are enrolled in the local government pilot on employment and receive a job offer, contact the employer and announce within the deadline that you have applied for a job and whether you found a job or not in the E-Services. You can also report directly to the expert in your home municipality. Apply for and accept work that is offered to you; refusing a job offer without a valid reason may result in a loss of unemployment benefits. 

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