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The labor shortage in Finland- Are we already there? It's time to act.

This is self-explainer how the situation has changed in one decade in various industry, If we do not want to go too far and see how the situation has changed from 2016 to 2019 indicates how rapidly the resource problem is getting spike. Indeed, not all the labor needs to be brought from abroad but we have already passed the line when the supply can be fulfilled locally completely.





Source : TEM-analyyseja • 103/2020


The Ministry of Employment and the Economy (MEE) has estimated that Finland needs 20,000 immigrants of work origin per year.


Skill & labor has a direct correlation with the country’s economic growth.

https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/finlands_economic_growth_lagging_behind_nordic_neighbours/11778154


Apart from the government's initiatives, like the talent boost program, we as an industry have to be more flexible and expand our wings out of Finland to seek human assets to increase sustainability and competitiveness.


The international resource comes with not only has the listed field skills but also global know-how & references as well. This also eases our access to new markets for our products.


We at D&D Services are persistently working on bridging the demand-supply gap and we are working to provide an end-to-end solution for international recruitment & relocation services. With our strong recruitment team back in India and partner training institute we are not only sourcing veteran talent but also incubating the best vocational skills with vibrant candidates.

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