Inter-generational concerns and strengths III
Young people's good life
Authors: Jenni Simonen, Eija Eronen, Roosa Veijola and Vilma Niskanen
Partners: Ministry of Education and Culture, Svenska kulturfonden, STTK ry, The Finnish Pension Alliance TELA, Univerisity of Oulu, City of Vaasa, Vaasan seudun Kehitys Oy VASEK, Väinö Tanner Foundation and Suomen Kulttuurirahaston Etelä-Pohjanmaan maakuntarahasto
In collaboration: Vaasan Setlementti, Vaasan yliopiston ylioppilaskunta, Wasa Innovation Center and Åbo Akademi
Sub-study III 'Young people's good life' examines how young people view success in life, their insecurities and concerns, and their place in society. The project has an inclusive approach by using members of the target age group as co-researchers as well as subjects.
Project publications (in Finnish)
Blog: More foreign workers are entering the Finnish labour market – and some of them have to pay money for it
E2 Research’s new report states: Money and war motivate Ukrainian seasonal workers in Finland
Ukrainian seasonal workers in Finland want to earn money both to secure their livelihoods and to aid...
New study: Foreign Employees Appreciate Finnish Work Culture – Yet Many Struggle at the Beginning of Their Career
Employees with a foreign background see many positive factors in Finnish work culture: low hierarchi...