Survey on employment in the Finnish film and TV industry  

Survey on employment in the Finnish film and TV industry  

Have you studied film and television? Please participate in a brief survey by Cupore.

The Center for Cultural Policy Research Cupore is conducting a study on employment, career paths and factors affecting employment among persons with a film or TV degree.

At this point in research, we look the situation in terms of five universities: The survey is focused on persons who have gained a degree in film and television during 2005-2019 from the Aalto University, the Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, the Turku University of Applied Sciences, the Tampere University of Applied Sciences or the Arcada University of Applied Sciences. If you have entered the industry through other means than these five institutions, we kindly ask for you to wait for our further research where we can widen our view to the larger film and tv industry.

Take the survey: q.surveypal.com/film

 It takes about 10-15 minutes to answer the survey.  Please submit your responses by 15 December 2019.

The survey is part of a collaborative research project carried out by Cupore and the Finnish Film Foundation. The purpose of the study is to gain insight to prevailing practices in the labor market connected to the film industry and to produce further information for the development of the film and TV industry and its funding system in Finland.   
  
The results will be publicized in the final project report in summer 2020.  
  
Read more about the research project on Cupore's webpage.

Further information: 
researcher Katja Oksanen-Särelä 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
050 505 6414 

Photo by Jakob Owens on Unsplash.

Katja Oksanen-Särelä

Researcher
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Katja Oksanen-Särelä

Ari Kurlin

Researcher
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ari Kurlin