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The article is devoted to issues related to the employment of Finnish citizens, as well as the processes of their retraining and integration. In this paper, various indicators are considered and analyzed both in the socio-economic context and in other spheres of Finnish life, such as education. In addition, important features that affect both the labor market and the entire economy of the country as a whole are highlighted. It is concluded that, despite its small population relative to Europe, limited natural resources and a number of economic difficulties, Finland trains some of the best specialists in various professional fields every year and pays special attention to the employment of its citizens.

employment system, labor market, economy, employment level, education, Finland

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