Cleaners Jobs In Finland For Foreigners in 2023
Foreign Workers in Finland
Currently, foreign workers are playing a major role in addressing Finland’s labor shortage, and the number of international talents is growing steadily. Finland’s vibrant start-up culture is responsible for global success stories such as Angry Birds, Supercell, and Wolt.
The problem that many people face coming to Finland is that the job market is a little bit difficult to enter even when you may have a long list of skills and qualifications. While you will find a job ad or two for relevant positions, the bulk of the work available actually comes from ‘hidden job” opportunities.
Average Wages in Finland increased to 3807 EUR/Month (4092.712 USD/Month) in the forth quarter of 2022. The maximum rate of average wage for employees was 3620 EUR/Month and minimum was 2009 EUR/Month. Data published Quarterly by Statistics.
Finland has no government-mandated minimum wage. Employers must pay a minimum wage determined by collective bargaining, which is, on average, $388 (3681 Euros) per month. Employers’ organisations and trade unions have agreed on minimum wages in collective agreements (TES) in various sectors. In 2022, the minimum wage in, for example, cleaning work was EUR 11.24 per hour and in house construction EUR 11.26 per hour.