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  • Tips for finding a job
    You have to be active and show initiative when looking for a job. You can and should also improve your job-seeking skills. Read the tips for finding a job on these pages.
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    • Tips for finding a job
  • Services that promote employment and expense allowance
    The TE Office offers versatile services that support you in finding a job or getting into education or training that prepares you for an occupation.
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  • Support for finding a job
    It is a good idea to look for a job or a place in education actively and from many different sources. If you remain unemployed over an extended period or if you otherwise find it difficult to get a job, the TE Office will help you.
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    • Support for finding a job
  • Employment plan
    The services you need and the activities you have agreed on will be compiled into an employment plan.
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    • Customers of TE Services
    • Employment plan
  • Training and coaching
    The TE Office can support you in finding employment with short-term training and coaching. The training and coaching offered includes job search training, career coaching and job coaching.
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  • Support from the TE Office
    The TE services offer your expert assistance when you are looking for a job or considering your career choices.
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    • Finding a job
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    • Support from the TE Office
  • Your first EURES job for a young person
    Your first EURES job project aims to help young people aged 18–35 find a job in another EU country. You may also receive financial support to cover some of the costs involved.
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    • Your first EURES job for a young person
  • To work
    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.
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    • Finding a job
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    • To work
  • How to write a job application and a CV
    A good job application and a CV are always tailored to the vacancy you are applying for. Try and stand out in a positive sense.
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    • Tips for finding a job
    • How to write a job application and a CV
  • Finding work or education with the support of a job coach
    A job coach will help you personally when you are looking for a job that suits you.
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    • Finding work or education with the support of a job coach
  • Finding employees
    The TE Office can look for candidates to fill in your vacancy in its customer register based on agreed search terms. You can also look for suitable jobseekers in the CV-netti service and among participants in labour market training.
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    • For employers/entrepreneurs
    • Find an employee
    • Finding employees
  • It pays to study
    This page gives you information, and links to sources of additional information, about education and training opportunities.
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    • It pays to study
  • Reactivate support to unemployed persons aged 35+
    Financial support for finding a job in another EU country for 35+
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  • Change security for dismissed employees
    The change security operating model will offer you support and assistance if you are dismissed or laid off.
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    • If you become unemployed
    • Change security for dismissed employees
  • Pay subsidy
    As an employer you may be eligible for a pay subsidy when you hire an unemployed jobseeker who finds it difficult to get a job because of such reasons as a prolonged period of unemployment, lack of professional skills, a disability or an illness.
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    • Find an employee
    • Support for recruitment
    • Pay subsidy
  • Support for recruitment
    The TE Office may subsidise an employer who hires an unemployed person who needs more support than usual to find a job, a young person, or a disabled worker to apply his or her skills in working life.
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    • Support for recruitment
  • Young people
    Work will be a key part of your life after completing comprehensive school. The way you spend the period after comprehensive school will make a big difference in your life.
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  • The entrepreneur and unemployment security
    Working as an entrepreneur or finding work through self-employment affects your unemployment benefits.
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    • The entrepreneur and unemployment security
  • A jobseeker’s independent study can be supported by unemployment benefit
    Independent study supported by unemployment benefit may improve your vocational skills and your chances of finding or keeping a job.
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    • A jobseeker’s independent study can be supported by unemployment benefit
  • Finding a job
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  • Have you graduated recently, or are you about to graduate?
    In the beginning of your last term at the latest it is a good idea to start thinking ahead for the time when you make the transition from studying to working life.
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    • Have you graduated recently, or are you about to graduate?
  • Join in as a EURES Service Provider
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    • Join in as a EURES Service Provider
  • The rights and obligations of an unemployed jobseeker
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    • If you become unemployed
    • The rights and obligations of an unemployed jobseeker
  • Recruiting a skilled employee through Reactivate 35+ support
    Financial support under Reactivate 35+ facilitates the recruitment of unemployed professionals aged 35+ from another EU country.
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    • Recruiting a skilled employee through Reactivate 35+ support
  • The Youth Guarantee
    The Youth Guarantee means that the TE services will offer an unemployed young person a service or a measure at the latest three months after he or she becomes a jobseeker.
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    • The Youth Guarantee