VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City is projected to lead the nation in job creation for 2017, according to a just released economic report by the Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information.
Job positions for mid-level and senior managers rose by 38% in the second quarter against the first three months of the year, according to job recruiting agency Navigos Search.
Besides the stereotypical jobs like masseurs and IT engineers, many other vocations are now available to blind people.
Approximately 613,800 people found employment in the first five months of 2016, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
(VOV) - The German Business Association (GBA) has announced it will sponsor a career fair on October 24 at the Hoa Lu Stadium on 2 Dinh Tien Hoang Street in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) - Over the past 3 years, Vietnam’s youth have contributed significantly to the implementation of a national new rural development program in response to a campaign called “Young people join hands to contribute to national new rural development”.
Local enterprises will have 27,000 available jobs in August, unveiled the Ho Chi Minh City’s Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information (FALMI) on July 21.
As many as 784,000 labourers were provided with jobs in the first six months of this year, up 3.4% from the same period last year, said the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).
On-the-job learning and training are so common now that employers need to facilitate the process and offer their employees a chance to improve themselves while working, said Michael Baas, from PUM Netherlands Senior Experts.
Around one third of the 7 million people living with disabilities in Vietnam needed vocational training and employment, but faced obstacles such as transportation and inadequate support from employers, social welfare officials have said.
(VOV) - Vietnam has forecast 2015 to be another banner year for the labour export market, forecasting it will send in excess of 105,000 guest workers abroad, roughly the same number as 2014.
(VOV) - The Vietnam economy has added more than one million jobs in the first eight months of the year, meeting 64% of the annual goal, according to a report by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
(VOV) - Nearly 400 Vietnamese students recently participated in a job fair at National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT), seeking to fill suitable vacancies at Taiwanese companies.
Tourism authorities have approved the Vietnam Tourism Occupational Skills Standards, the first of 10 job standards for the tourism sector.
The southern province of Dong Nai has set a target of generating jobs for over 90,000 labourers and providing vocational training courses for about 10,000 others in its rural areas in 2014.
(VOV) - A career day themed “Connect the Dots 2013” will be held in Hanoi on August 24, creating plenty of opportunity for young prospects to find suitable jobs at big businesses in the capital city.
(VOV) - The 2013 Study Abroad - Jobs Japan Exhibition and the awards ceremony for the second essay contest on Japan were held in Ho Chi Minh City on May 25.
The Government’s employment plans will include more job consultants in the coming years and the development of a national online job placement portal.
(VOV) - Vietnam created jobs for 130,000 people in January, of whom 7,000 were sent to work abroad under labour contracts.
Hanoi’s economy in 2013 is predicted to face more difficulties and challenges than in 2012, says Mayor Nguyen The Thao.