WORK IN FINLAND
Working, living and catering conditions depend directly on the employer, unskilled labor is not particularly valued here, but still on average you can earn 8 euros per hour. If you are lucky, you can get a good job even without knowing the language.
ADVANTAGES OF WORKING IN FINLAND
The law strictly monitors the legality of employment of both local residents and foreigners.
Obtaining a work visa to Finland is easy, as practice shows, refusals to obtain a visa to Finland are extremely rare, which means that the money spent on paperwork will be spent in vain and there will be the possibility of high earnings.
You can save on food. In large cities in Finland, three times a week products are brought to certain stores from supermarkets, the expiration date of which is coming to an end, the products can be taken for free in any quantity.
It is possible to earn a large amount of money.
If the employee is liked by the employer, he can give a residence permit, increase wages.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO WORK IN FINLAND?
- To obtain a visa, you first need a passport.
- Invitation from the employer.
- Completed application form for a housing permit, it can be downloaded from the website of the Finnish consulate.
- Pay 200 euros to the Finnish consulate.
To avoid fraud, enter into an employment contract with the employer and wait for a visa.