Where will the government accumulate 30,000 decision-making jobs by the time of the budget dispute?
Officials from the Ministry of Finance (MoF) have offered to help the government, and the MoF today presents its own proposal for employment measures. ISTV will broadcast the press conference live from 1 p.m.
The proposal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be presented by Chief of Staff Martti Hetemäki, Senior Specialist Olli Kärkkäinen and Specialist Jukka Mattila.
The main goal of the government of Prime Minister Sanna Marin (sd) is to create 60,000 new decision-based jobs through structural reforms during the government's term.
According to the government program, the government should have ready decisions on 30,000 decision-based jobs by the autumn budget dispute, the employment impact of which can be verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' calculations.
For more than a year, the government has been assisted by seven tripartite working groups to negotiate and agree on new employment measures. So far, the results have been meager, and employment teams are still a long way from the 30,000 jobs target.
The government is likely to move the goal from 30,000 new jobs to a budget dispute later in the fall.