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Multidisciplinary working life research – science to serve working life
​River Aura, Turku in Autumn
 
Working life research includes both basic and applied research. The knowledge it produces can be applied to develop and improve working communities, organisations and working life. The Turku Centre for Labour Studies creates expert and research networks between domestic and international actors.
 
We plan, launch, carry out and coordinate multidisciplinary work- and working life-related research and development projects, organise seminars for master’s students, and support doctoral students with their dissertations. The research and development projects are implemented in the University’s faculties or by the Centre and its networks, and they are based on public and external funding.
 
Coordinator Eija Vuorio (eija.vuorio@utu.fi, +358 40 162 0380) acts as a liaison between researchers and experts and helps researchers with their funding applications for research and development projects.


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