In Finland and elsewhere in the world, rented workers form a very large part of the working-age population. They are handled by job mediation firms who constantly secure them with work in some company or another.
In Finland, rented workers are highly valued and regarded just as well as full-time employees. Being a rented worker is a lifestyle to a certain degree and is very well suited for people who want constant changes and various tasks. At the same time, there are also rented positions that last for a year or even longer.
Estonian manual and skilled labour is becoming increasingly respected, as Estonians and Finns come from the same cultural background. This has changed in recent years in particular, as workers from Romania, Bulgaria and other Eastern European countries have been begun to be imported to Finland. As a result, Estonians have begun to be increasingly valued because culturally, we are more similar than Eastern Europeans.