In Southwest Finland, the strong growth outlook for the maritime, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries radiates the economic boom out to several other fields of business, such as construction. That, in turn, creates jobs in the service sector.
Right now, there is a serious need for professionals of widely different fields in Southwest Finland, and jobs are also available for those looking to change their profession.
The maritime industry in particular needs a large number of experts. At present, the maritime industry in Southwest Finland employs around 9,000 people.
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Turku has – let’s recap once more – a particular need for experts of maritime, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries. That’s a super-specialized need. But there is also demand for GPs, chief medical officers and specialist physicians, dentists, kindergarten teachers and building supervisors.
Rauma currently needs construction engineers, experts of machine technology, electricity and automation engineers, GPs, dentists, pharmacists, and social work instructors.
Salo has a need for kindergarten teachers, special education teachers, application designers, web and multimedia developers, radiographers, dental hygienists, physical therapists, sales representatives and payroll computation staff.
Uusikaupunki is really, and this is no joke, looking for as many as a thousand new employees to manufacture cars.
Loimaa has a need for experts of machine technology, dentists, special education teachers, social work experts, accounting experts, and office staff for financial administration.
Pori and the Satakunta province have a demand for experts in industry, construction, health care and social services. And a host of engineers including: electricity and automation, building, machine and all other kinds of engineers.