The media industry is not the only sector to have a massive reach in Finland, as the country has a very large and diverse media industry, the report found.
According to the report, the Finnish media industry employs more than 40,000 people, representing more than a third of the total workforce in the country.
This figure represents a substantial growth of just over 10% from 2015.
It is the largest media industry in the world.
According the report’s authors, this large number of people means that Finland has one of the largest and most diverse media industries in the entire world.
This is especially true for the Helsinki-based Helsingin Sanomat, which is the second largest newspaper in Finland.
The newspaper is owned by the Finnish state broadcaster, Helsingfors.
The paper has also been named one of Europe’s most trusted newspapers by The Economist.
According this data, there are nearly 50,000 newspapers, magazines, TV stations, television and radio stations and other media outlets in Finland that employ more than 10,000 employees.
This compares to a country of around 1,500 outlets, or about 5% of the population, in the United States.