TE services

The Employment and Economic Development Offices (TE Offices) provide employment services for you. If you are looking for a job, considering a career choice, planning to develop your skills or thinking about a career change, contact the TE Office. The TE Office is also responsible for examining the labour policy conditions for the payment of earnings-related daily allowance. If you are planning to apply for earnings-related daily allowance, please contact the TE Office. Register as an unemployed jobseeker by the first day of unemployment or lay-off at the latest.

When you register as a jobseeker with the TE Office, you will receive advice and support in your job search. You can draw up an employment plan together with the TE Office and, if necessary, strengthen your job-search skills, for example through job-search coaching.

Employment services

The Employment Service organises employment services for jobseekers. These include:

  1. Job search coaching
  2. Career coaching
  3.  Employment training
  4. Self-study supported by unemployment benefits
  5. Work trials
  6.  Labour market training under the Vocational Training Act
  7. Self-study under the Act on the Promotion of Integration
  8. Rehabilitative work activities under the Act on Rehabilitative Work Activities