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Finland is frequently voted the happiest country in the world, and it’s no wonder when you examine its working conditions. The nation ranks highly in terms of low-hierarchy and high autonomy of employees, as well as employee safety and security.

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How many hours do they work per week in Finland?

Regular working hours in Finland are usually a maximum of 8 per day and 40 per week. In a two-week period the working hours should not exceed 80 hours, or 120 hours in a three-week period.

How many hours is part time work in Finland?

Part-time work is defined as work in which the employee’s working time is less than the sectorally determined working hours of a worker in a regular employment contract.

What is the average cost of living in Finland?

The monthly cost of living for a family of four is estimated at €3,379, including rent. For a single person the monthly average without rent is €1,420.

How do you get a work visa in Finland?

In order to qualify for a work visa in Finland you need to meet some specific criteria, such as possessing a valid work contract, university degree, and be clear of any criminal charges.

Is Finland a good place to work?

Finland has a strong emphasis on work-life balance, supported by long working holidays and reasonable working hours. It is also common to have a four-week annual, paid summer holiday, quite often in July. In many professions, 30 days is the minimum statutory paid annual leave entitlement. Out of 37 OECD member states, Finland has the 13th highest taxation rate, which is used to sustain its strong welfare state. The 2019 Work-Life Balance index found Helsinki to have the best worldwide.