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Finland Works on February 11th 2021 - European Job Days

Your new job is waiting for you at the Finland Works online recruitment event!

At this virtual recruitment event, Finnish employers are eager to contact jobseekers who are looking for new job opportunities.

Whether you are on the look-out for seasonal work or for something matching your skill set and education, you’ll be sure to find something interesting – either a new job or information about living and working in Finland.

Participation is free of charge.

When and where?

Time: 11 February 2021, 10:00-16:00 (CET)

Place: Online

More: INFO HERE  or  >>>>>   REGISTER HERE   <<<<<

 

How do you participate in the online event?

▪ You can take part anywhere. All you need is a computer or mobile device and an internet connection. The language used during the event is English.

• Register to the event, create your profile, have a look at the employers and the vacancies on offer and apply online for those that you find interesting.

• Job opportunities increase, as the date of the event approaches, so browse through the various job options and apply as soon as possible for those matching your skills and expectations.

• During the event, you can see presentations by the companies and participate in the online chat or discuss employment possibilities with the employers via SKYPE.

• Prepare for an online interview and respond immediately to an interview invitation sent by the employers.

 

 

This event is also on social media >>> LOOK HERE

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