Labor force quality is still a main obstacle for Vietnam to overcome.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) offers many opportunities to Vietnamese workers and just as many challenges.
Real estate, retail and information technology are among key sectors struggling to attract talent despite offering attractive salaries.
The Vietnamese workforce is facing opportunities and challenges in technology disruption ahead of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
ManpowerGroup, a world leader in innovative workforce solutions, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) to support Vietnam in developing a skilled workforce and effective regulatory frameworks for the digital age.
Vietnam’s finance and banking sector has attracted quite a number of foreigners to leading roles over the years. This trend is expected to continue, as foreign expertise and experience are in high demand for the sector’s development and expat incomes have become more competitive over the years.
In 2018, the labour market is projected to heat up, as ASEAN Economic Community members give workers more opportunities for jobs within the region.
Ho Chi Minh City will need at least 1,000 qualified interpreters and translators annually in the coming years as supply cannot meet demand, an official said at a meeting held this week.