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Labour market forecast: Employment to grow further with more older people at work while unemployment falls

25.5.2022 9.02
Employment and unemployment rates and their forecasts - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment forecast.
According to the labour market forecast extending until 2024, employment will improve in Finland. The number of employed people will continue to increase, but the rapid post-pandemic growth in employment is expected to slow down towards the end of 2023.

238,800 unemployed jobseekers in April

24.5.2022 8.04
Unemployed jobseekers at the end of April, a total of 238 800, 79 600  deductions from the year before.
The number of unemployed jobseekers decreased by 79,600. The number of new vacancies reported in April totalled 111,200. In all, the number of unfilled vacancies amounted to 240,700, which is 87,800 more than a year ago.

Reform of digital TE services progresses – Services now available at Job Market Finland

19.5.2022 14.10
A new digital service platform for jobseekers and employers, Job Market Finland, has been launched. The Job Market enables jobseekers to create and publish a job search profile, which helps both jobseekers and employers to find each other better than before. The new information system services of the TE Administration will be entirely functional by the end of 2023.

Government proposes to change legislation promoting employment and integration

25.5.2022 15.37
Immigrants studying.
The Government has proposed amendments to three Acts to prepare for the transfer of responsibility for organising health and social services from municipalities to wellbeing services counties at the start of next year. The amendments concern the Act on Multisectoral Joint Services Promoting Employment (the so-called TYP Act), the Act on the Promotion of Immigrant Integration (Integration Act) and the Act on Municipal Experiments to Promote Employment (Municipal experiments Act). The Government will submit its proposal to Parliament on 25 May 2022.

Special grants for 2022 allocated to Talent Hub regional cooperation models that develop immigration of experts

19.4.2022 12.47
Different kinds of people in a meeting.
The intersectoral Talent Boost programme aims to increase the immigration of experts to Finland. Regional Talent Hub cooperation models, which the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment supports through discretionary government grants, are part of the programme. The grants for 2022 were allocated to five large cities. 

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The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment creates the conditions for economically, socially and ecologically sustainable growth. It comes from skilled people in high-quality jobs, productivity growth and increasing employment.

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