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  • 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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    • Services that promote employment and expense allowance
  • Unemployment security
    The purpose of unemployment security is to compensate for financial losses caused by unemployment. When you are an unemployed jobseeker, unemployment security will support you financially while you are looking for work.
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    • For jobseekers
    • If you become unemployed
    • 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
  • The entrepreneur and unemployment security
    Working as an entrepreneur or finding work through self-employment affects your unemployment benefits.
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    • If you become unemployed
    • Unemployment security
    • The entrepreneur and unemployment security
  • Apply for education or training - safeguard your unemployment benefit
    Are you aged under 25 and without education or training that leads into a qualification and imparts vocational skills? In order to receive unemployment benefit you must apply in the spring for at least two places of study.
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    • Apply for education or training - safeguard your unemployment benefit
  • Job alternation leave
    An employee's job alternation leave is an agreement between the employer and the employee. An unemployed jobseeker must be recruited to replace the employee taking job alternation leave, but the duties don’t have to be the same.
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    • Finding a job
    • Job alternation leave
  • Unemployment benefit to support short-term study
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    • Unemployment benefit to support short-term study
  • Unemployment and social benefits during integration
    Once you have registered as a jobseeker with a TE Office, you may be entitled to unemployment benefits:
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    • Support for finding a job
    • Integration services for immigrants
    • Unemployment and social benefits during integration
  • How to use the services
    Avoid queues - use E-services! Complete the following steps for a smooth jobseeking process!
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  • Notifying about absences
    If you are participating in job search training, career coaching, an education try-out, a work try-out or rehabilitative work activities, please remember to submit a notice of your absence.
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  • Unemployment security for foreigners
    To receive unemployment benefit, it is required that you register with the TE Office as an unemployed jobseeker. To receive labour market subsidy, you must have the right for paid employment in Finland based on other than a temporary residence permit.
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    • Unemployment security
    • Unemployment security for foreigners
  • If you become unemployed
    Start your job search at the latest on the first day of your unemployment. Also do this after you complete labour market training or a work period on pay subsidy. You can already begin your job search before your unemployment period starts.
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  • What should I do to apply for unemployment benefit?
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    • What should I do to apply for unemployment benefit?
  • Work try-out as a stepping stone to the job market
    The work try-out is an opportunity for you to impress the employer with your skills and motivation.
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    • Support for finding a job
    • Work try-out as a stepping stone to the job market
  • Work try-out practices and provisions
    The purpose of a work try-out is to clarify your career choice options or to support your return to the job market.
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    • Support for finding a job
    • Work try-out as a stepping stone to the job market
    • Work try-out practices and provisions
  • Unemployment benefit and part-time studying
    Studies which do not prevent you from applying for work and working full-time are considered part-time studies.
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    • Unemployment benefit and part-time studying
  • Travel and accommodation expenses and travel allowance
    The TE Office may reimburse your expenses when you need to travel to look for a job or move to accept one.
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  • Integration training for immigrants
    Integration training gives adult immigrants better possibilities of becoming a part of Finnish society.
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    • Integration training for immigrants
  • Termination of employment and lay-off
    The Employment Contracts Act determines when an employer has the right to terminate an employment contract. A lay-off is a temporary interruption of the performance of duties and payment of wages but with the relationship otherwise remaining in force.
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    • Termination of employment and lay-off
  • Initial assessment and integration plan
    You can ask a TE Office or the local authorities for an initial assessment. In this assessment, your situation and your need for various services will be examined.
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    • Support for finding a job
    • Integration services for immigrants
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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
  • How to start the jobseeking process from EU/ETA country
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    • Work in Finland
    • How to start the jobseeking process from EU/ETA country
  • 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
  • Employment plan
    The services you need and the activities you have agreed on will be compiled into an employment plan.
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    • Employment plan
  • Career, education and training
    Experts of employment and economic development services can help you find education and training, career choice or career solutions that are compatible with your life situation.
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