Unemployment

An unemployed person is a person who does not work, is registered with the Unemployment Insurance Fund, and is looking for a job. The unemployed person must fill in an individual action plan, attend consultations at a specified time at the Unemployment Insurance Fund, actively look for a job, and be ready to accept a suitable job, and immediately start working.

A job-seeker is a person who is looking for a job and is registered with the Unemployment Insurance Fund as a job-seeker. Job-seeker must contact the Unemployment Insurance Fund for job mediation services at least once every 30 days.

View services and social guarantees for unemployed persons and job-seekers.