Information about Job Market Finland
Job Market Finland, which is a service developed by KEHA-Centre and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, is being build up in stages and it will emerge as a new kind of service for the job market, offering a shared platform for public and private suppliers of services for training and for business and industry, and for the jobs offered by various employment exchange platforms.
For job applicants Job Market Finland offers improved possibilities for finding work that corresponds to their own skills and knowledge, as well as ways to improve their own capabilities. Employers will get handier tools for finding new, suitable employees.
The newest technologies and artificial intelligence will be utilised on Job Market Finland for the tailoring of services.
- How the matching works in Job Market Finland
- This is how you use Job Market Finland as an employer
- Information security and register description
- Sidosryhmäyhteistyön yhteystietorekisterin tietosuojaseloste
- Instructions and FAQ
Creating Job Market Finland together
Job Market Finland is developed through extensive collaboration with customers and collaborative partners. Joint development takes place interactively at meetings, in online workspaces, and by utilising feedback.
Read more about how you can wield influence
- How to participate in online briefings of Job Market Finland and view previous recordings
- Participate in the development
Public, private, and third sector actors can join Job Market Finland as collaborative partners and bring their services for the development of the job market and skills and knowledge. They benefit by getting a wider clientele and statistical information and other data, which help them in developing existing and new services and in finding new business opportunities.
Services that are already available
The updated Job Market was launched in September 2019. You can log in to Job Market when you are a job seeker and post a job applicant profile. You will get suggestions for jobs that match your skills and preferences based on this profile. You can also browse all the open vacancies in the service without logging in.
As an employer, you can place a job advert, check the profiles of applicants who best match your specifications, and send potential candidates messages. You also use search terms to find potential candidates without publishing a job ad. All vacancies listed in the TE Office’s Vacancies service will be automatically imported to Job Market.
Those offering services for developing the job market as well as skills and knowledge can learn about the conditions for becoming a collaborative partner.
Information and services collected for different job market situations is available to all users. Descriptions of different professions and professional fields, and interviews with professionals from various sectors assist people in choosing a career.
The purpose of the TE-digi project is to make it easier for employees and jobs to meet, to digitalise labour services and to function as a service based on partnerships between different operators, close cooperation and the utilisation of information.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment is in charge of the strategic direction of the TE-digi project, and the KEHA-Centre (the Development and Administrative Services Centre for the ELY Centres and the TE Offices) is responsible for the project’s implementation.
The electronic services for the customers of the employment and economic development administration are also to be revamped. The focus of the changes will be on electronic services and a personalised online service. In the future it will be easier for both individual and employer customers to handle their business electronically on Job Market Finland.
TE-digi is a project reforming the state's employment and business services.
A full exploitation of digitalisation in employment and business services is a key measure of the Government Programme's spearhead project to “Renew the employment administration in order to promote employment”. The goal is to aim for new, efficient services and procedures, and to enable structural reforms with the help of digitalisation.