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Graduates value stability

Higher education graduates in Finland want stable jobs with a stimulating working environment, a survey has reported.

Akava, a union representing higher-education graduates, published the results of its survey on workplace priorities on 12 July. The survey asked 20-35 year-olds and 35-64 year-olds what they thought were the most important characteristics of a good job.

The survey found that 63 per cent of 20-35 year-old respondents said that having a stable job is extremely important for them. This was followed by a “good and encouraging working environment”, which 57 per cent of the younger respondents thought is extremely important.

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