työmarkkinatuki

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Etymology[edit]

työmarkkinat (labor market) +‎ tuki (subsidy), so named because the purpose of paying the subsidy is to "support the entry of an individual to the labor market".

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): ˈtyøˈmarkːinaˈtuki
  • Hyphenation: työ‧mark‧ki‧na‧tu‧ki

Noun[edit]

työmarkkinatuki

  1. (law, Finland) labor market support ("official" translation used by the Ministry of Labor); a social benefit paid to an unemployed person who is not entitled to ordinary unemployment benefits due to insufficient history of employment or extended (more than 500 days) period of unemployment.

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