Happiest country in the world looking for nurses – come and work in Finland!
Are you a skilled nurse looking for new challenges?
Look no further – here is your opportunity of a lifetime to work in the happiest country in the world!
Why Finland? Here are just a few of the reasons why Finland is the happiest country in the world: The country is safe and the crime rate is low, the standard of living is high, and we have subsidised education and healthcare for all. Work-life balance is important to everyone, free time is highly valued and hierarchies at work are low, which means that everyone is evenly appreciated. On top of this, we have versatile and pristine nature and everyman’s rights allow you to roam freely in the woods.
6 reasons to choose Finland
Happiest country in the world
Finland is the happiest country in the world by World Happiness report. Even though happiness is subjective there are some things that have influenced why Finland has won the title for the past four years: Social differences such as income and wealth differences are small, education is free, safeness of the country, basic human rights and freedom and equality.
Quality of life
Finland is perceived to be the third best country when it comes to quality of life. This means that basic human needs and the foundations of well-being, such as health care, sanitation, housing, and education are of high quality. We also value freedom and cherish free speech and personal rights.
Highly valued free time
In Finland work-life balance is important and free time is appreciated by everyone. Our work-life balance also supports people to enjoy time withenjoy the time with friends and family and enables different kinds of hobbies. Life in Finland is not all about work, but the life outside of work. And the most important thing: you are able to bring your family here with you!
Possibilities to create the life of your choice
In Finland anyone can create a life of their choice. Freedom, social equality, personal rights and access to advanced education gives you the possibility to design the life that looks like you and suits you.
Finland’s unique nature with its four seasons allows you to enjoy snowy and magical winter nights – but also the never-ending light and warmth of Midsummer. You are allowed to roam freely and enjoy versatile nature from the southern tip of the country’s archipelago all the way to the fells in Lapland, and 168 000 pure lakes and pristine forests in between.
Working in Finland
We recruit Filipino RNs for long-term employment as a Practical Nurse/Nurse in care homes and hospitals within the private and public social and health care. In Finland, employees’ status is very safe as laws and labour agreements are always followed. It is possible to later apply for citizenship and stay in the country permanently.