The Third Vietnam Labour Market Update, a quarterly bulletin released on September 3, forecast a rise in the demand for skilled workers in the fields of mechanical production, food processing, electricity generation and distribution, communications, health services and social work in the last quarter of 2014.
(VOV) - In the twelve months leading up to July 1, the country’s labour forces surged by 200,000 workers, while concurrently the number of poor households dropped 16.1%, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
HCM City authorities strive to bring the ratio of poverty-stricken families to below 5% in 2014 from 7.12% last year.
(VOV) - Vietnamese businesses face numerous challenges in Eastern Europe in the face of its weak purchasing power and fierce international competition.
(VOV) - Vietnam created jobs for 130,000 people in January, of whom 7,000 were sent to work abroad under labour contracts.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s economy is likely to bottom out in 2013 unless more effective measures are taken, said the Vietnam Academy of Social Science (VASS).
As many as 77,087 foreigners from more than 60 countries and territories are working in Vietnam, of whom 24,455 are unlicensed, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
The global economic downturn has caused unemployment, especially among the youth.