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Employment service

The Services for International Experts are open on weekdays without an appointment between 12:00 and 15:00 at International Jyväskylä, Kilpisenkatu 1 D.

Check for employment events aimed at foreign language speakers from the City of Jyväskylä’s event calendar!

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    Henkilö selin vastaanottotiskillä, nainen vastaanottotiskin takana istuu. Image Tero Takalo-Eskola

    Job seekers will receive personal support with job searching from a City of Jyväskylä employment personal coach.

    The City of Jyväskylä personal employment coaches are there to help you when you are looking for a job or when you want to utilise the employment services to improve your working capacity or your professional skills. To contact your personal coach, submit a contact request online. For more information about the services for employment and everyday life for immigrants, see here.

    All job vacancies can be found on the Job Market Finland website. You should also create a job search profile so that employers can contact you.

    Read about the current client service model for job search in Finland:
    Client Service Model

    Municipal trial client forms

    Jyväskylä will be part of the national municipal trial system until 31 December 2024. Read more about what a municipal trial is. 

  • 14.2.2023
    During the spring, Central Finland's employment agencies invite all unemployed jobseekers in the region to Kohti education events to learn about study options. During the spring, the operators organize three separate training events for different target groups. Lack of skills is often the cause of unemployment.
    Kaksi henkilöä katsoo eteenpäin, toisella kamera kädessä ja toinen osoittaa sormella eteenpäin
  • 16.2.2022
    It is well known that it is difficult to live on student grants alone. It can be useful to gain work experience during your studies, as it is difficult to find a job in Finland with an empty CV. We asked an expert and a recent graduate for tips on finding a job. 
    Nainen tietokoneella. Image Tero Takalo-Eskola