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English Summary - Työeläke, Finnish Centre for Pensions

Despite the shortage of skilled workers in Finland, the country’s Government makes it difficult for (labour) immigrants to enter the country, get permanent residence and citizenship, argues Senior Researcher Pasi Saukkonen (Urban Research and Statistics Unit of the City of Helsinki). More important than the number of immigrants is their successful integration, but the Finnish Government's cuts in social security and required resources for integration affects integration unfavourably, Saukkonen argues.

Read more about how the Finnish Government harms labour immigration in the most recent English Summary (Työeläke 4:2023) published on 11 December. The English Summary also sheds light on the need for women to learn to invest to supplement their pensions, how the earnings-related pension index adjustments affect pensions at the turn of the year, and the smooth A1 certificate service.

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Finnish Centre for Pensions – Central body of and expert on statutory earnings-related pensions