Finland has historically been a very homogeneous country culturally, ethnically and linguistically but this has been changing more and more through the years. Acquiring a job in Finland as a foreigner is no longer as difficult as it used to be in the past and especially the healthcare and service sectors will need more foreign workers in the future. Finland places a great value on vocational training and anyone who has a degree from another country are encouraged to check in advance if their qualifications are officially recognized in Finland.
Finland offers a lot of great benefits for employees. High-quality work conditions, secure status for employees and public services that work smoothly. The Finnish nature is among the cleanest in the world, housing conditions are high-quality and comfortable, the society functions well and there are many inexpensive study opportunities available.
Income tax in Finland is progressive and workers pay a tax that is among the highest in the world. Living costs are also relatively high when compared to other EU countries. The average salary in Finland is around 3300e a month but the most common monthly salary people earn is around 2500e a month.