More than 41,400 new jobs were created in HCM City in the first four months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 0.49 percent, according to a report by the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
In the second quarter of this year Ho Chi Minh City-based companies will need to fill 70,000 job vacancies.
Ho Chi Minh City’s enterprises and service providers need around 25,000 workers, including 5,000 temporary ones, in April, according to the city's Centre for Human Resources Forecasting and Labour Market Information.
Representatives from the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) exchanged experience in civil service examinations during a workshop in the northern port city of Hai Phong on February 29.
Ho Chi Minh City will need 19,000 new employees for 1,371 businesses after the Tet Lunar New Year break, a labor center said.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked for overlapping regulations to be amended as part of administrative reform efforts.
HCM City needs 65,000 workers in the first quarter of 2016, according to the city's Human Resource Forecast and Labour Market Information Centre.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Home Affairs will provide short-term training for 20 staff from the Lao Ministry of Home Affairs.
(VOV) -The Ministries of Home Affairs of Vietnam and Laos have consented to step up bilateral cooperation, information exchanges and experience sharing in state civil affairs.
A training course on public administration for Bangladeshi government officials opened in Hanoi on October 21.
While more jobs will be created as the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) comes into effect by the year-end, the number of Vietnamese workers with skills that meet international labour market remains insufficient.
Twenty-four doctors from the Ho Chi Minh City Eye Hospital have coordinated with their Lao counterparts to provide free eye examinations and surgeries to war veterans and the disadvantaged with cataracts in Vientiane, Laos.
Ho Chi Minh City is expected to have demand for an additional 23,000 full-time and 5,000 part-time employees, unveiled the Ho Chi Minh City’s Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information (FALMI) on August 27.
The southern metropolis Ho Chi Minh City is set to face intense competition over human resources once the integrated ASEAN Economic Community takes shape later this year, heard a seminar in the city on August 25.
Enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City, the largest economic hub in the southern region, need to recruit some 25,000 labourers in June, according to the municipal Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information (FALMI).
Ho Chi Minh City is to continue playing its role as an engine of Vietnam’s growth and a nucleus of development in every aspect in the southern key economic zone, experts agreed at a March 6 workshop in the city.
(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City needs 45,000 workers for steady jobs and 8,000 for seasonable jobs in February and March, according to the Centre for Human Resource Forecast and Labour Market Information.