If you become unemployed, you must immediately register with the TE Office as a jobseeker.
If you do not have a job when your studies end, you must also register with the TE Office as a jobseeker.
You can then apply for unemployment benefits, which means the financial support for the unemployed.
If you are a member of an unemployment fund, you can receive earnings-related daily allowance. The amount of money you receive depends on how much you earned before unemployment. Read more: Trade unions
If you are not a member of an unemployment fund, you may receive the unemployment benefit paid by Kela.
You will only receive unemployment benefits if you actively look for work. The purpose of unemployment benefits is to ensure that you can cope financially when you are looking for work.
TE-toimisto, Hämeenlinnan toimipaikka
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Höyrysahanraitti 1 D
Monday 9:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 9:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 9:00 - 16:00
Thursday 9:00 - 16:00
Friday 9:00 - 16:00
2nd Day of Christmas
New Year's Day
- Reimbursement of travel and accommodation expenses caused by job seeking
- Integration training for immigrants
- Advice and support in event of dismissal
- Registering as a job seeker
- Integration plan
- Initial assessment for immigrants
- Pay subsidy to support job seeking
- Pay subsidy for hiring an unemployed person
- Work try-out
- Taking job alternation leave
- Advice and guidance to job seekers
- Expense allowance for days of participation in services organised by the TE Office
- Support and assistance in situations of change in workforce needs
- Job coaching
- Immigrant’s independent study
- Employment appropriation for a government office or institution
- Organising a work trial at a workplace
- Job-search training
- Recruiting an employee
- Start-up grant – support for a new entrepreneur
- Information and guidance about finding employment in Europe (service in not available any more)
- Training trial
- Omaehtoinen opiskelu työttömyysetuudella