Editorial: leave city, be happy
As observed in a deep-delving story on small town niceties in Postimees today, people tend to be happier there... provided they have what it takes to be happy like family, friends, work and income.
National defence now Estonia’s top dangerous job
Latest data says it’s no longer most dangerous in Estonia do work in metal and wood industry or in construction, but rather in national defence and public administration. To improve the situation, Labour Inspectorate now makes a strange proposal: national defence injuries should no longer count as accidents at work.
26.03.2015, Oliver KundPM
Who wants to be a judge? Lonesome, loaded with responsibility...
Name a job that pays €3,400 to €4,400 plus perks and yet lacks candidates. Judges.
13.02.2015, Nils NiitraPM
Kids home alone while parents work abroad
Leaving children in Estonia and heading abroad to work, parents deem the decision a private family issue and shy away from even informing the school due to inward guilt.
13.01.2015, Anneli AmmasPM
State temptation fails to woo
€7,600 grant can’t tempt a young jurist to toil in Ida-Viru County.
11.08.2014, Oliver KundPM
Editorial: don’t look down on the disabled worker
On economy pages of Postimees today, hope-inspiring examples are provided of people with special needs coping in real life as hired by cleaning company ISS Eesti and Seve the builder.
In the 1st quarter, the number of job vacancies increased
According to Statistics Estonia, there were 7,200 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia in the 1st quarter of 2014. The number of job vacancies increased by 13% compared to the previous quarter and by 3% compared to the 1st quarter of 2013.
Editorial: the peace of being happy
Next to those now working abroad and folks drawn to major hubs inside of Estonia to find employment, there are the 30,000 others who do some significant commuting from place to place. On occasions, job and home are half a hundred miles apart.
In the 4th quarter the number of job vacancies decreased
According to Statistics Estonia, there were 6,400 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia in the 4th quarter of 2013. Their number decreased by 3.4% compared to the same period of 2012, and by a fourth compared to the previous quarter.
In the 3rd quarter the number of job vacancies increased
According to Statistics Estonia, there were 8,600 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia in the 3rd quarter of 2013. Compared to the same period of the previous year their number increased by 12.3%, and compared to the previous quarter by 12.7%.
In the 2nd quarter there were 7,600 job vacancies
According to Statistics Estonia, there were 7,600 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia in the 2nd quarter of 2013. Compared to the same period of the previous year, their number decreased by 6.9%, but increased by 9.1% compared to the previous quarter.
Returning conscript loses job
Employers are supposed to maintain positions, but ignorance may cause loss.
17.07.2013, Hanneli RudiPM
All public service job vacancies brought together on one website
All available positions in Estonian state and local government institutions will from now on be published on a central website created to provide a comprehensive overview of public service vacancies.