Information and guidance about finding employment in Europe TE Office
Information and guidance services about finding employment in Europe will help you, when you are planning to search for work outside Finland.
Your job search and possible employment or studies abroad are affected by whether you apply for work within or outside an EU or EEA country. Before searching for work abroad, map out your language skills and competence, as well as the employment situation of your sector in the country you are interested in.
More information on applying for work and relocating to work in Europe can be found on the TE Services’ website under Work or work practice abroad.
EURES is a network of European Employment Services. The EURES portal publishes all open positions in the EU and EEA region. The website includes information on life and work in different countries, as well as educational opportunities. You can also publish your own CV and create a European Skills Passport on the website.
Job search and relocation for employment in Europe can be supported in various ways:
- Your first EURES job project helps young persons aged 18–35 to find employment in a different European country. The job search may be supported financially.
- Reactivate and relocate 35+ helps persons over the age of 35 to look for work in another European country. The job search may be supported financially.
The TE Office may grant financial support for the interview trip for return travel to an EU or EEA country as well as accommodation costs.
The information service is free of charge and does not require a separate user identification. If you register as a jobseeker in the EURES portal, you have access to additional services.
You do not have to register as a jobseeker to have access to advice or to participate in Your first EURES job project, but the other services require registration as a jobseeker.
The information is available on the TE-palvelut.fi website in Finnish, Swedish and English.
EURES portal serves in most European languages.