If you have any problems with your employer or you do not know how to protect your rights in Estonia, you can always seek advice and help from the Social Insurance Board at the Human Trafficking Prevention Advisory Line and Assist
Settle in Estonia courses will start again this week and offer free online courses on 6 different aspects of life in Estonia - basic info, work, business, family, study and research. You can choose between English and Russian language groups.
On the website of Eesti Töötukassa you can find statistics on daily statistics of the registered unemployed and
Employers from EU / EFTA Member states can take advantage of the opportunities offered by European Job Mobility Portal.
EURES purpose is to facilitate mobility on the European labour market
First things you’ll need when settling in Estonia is a residence permit (for non-EU citizens) and a personal ID code (for EU citizens), followed by registering your address of residence (for both, EU & non-EU citizens). International House of Estonia offers online counselling for the obtainment process; book a time slot for online counsultation