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Vietnamese workers in Japan increase 26.7 percent last year

Vietnamese workers in Japan increase 26.7 percent last year

Vietnamese workers in Japan topped 401,000 as of October 2019, an increase of 26.7 percent from a year earlier, adding up to the record of almost 1.66 million foreign workers in the country, data of the Japanese labour ministry show.

Golden opportunity for Vietnamese workers

Golden opportunity for Vietnamese workers

VOV.VN - With a host of high-income nations opening their doors to Vietnamese guest workers in recent times, this marks a golden opportunity for local labourers to secure a quality job and enjoy attractive incomes.

Opportunities arise for increased labour exports to Europe

Opportunities arise for increased labour exports to Europe

VOV.VN -Aside from traditional markets such as Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Taiwan, Europe is emerging as a potential market for Vietnamese workers following the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs's continued negotiation for the signing of labour co-operation agreements with European nations.

Japanese firms eye former Vietnamese interns: newspaper

Japanese firms eye former Vietnamese interns: newspaper

Japanese enterprises are competing to attract Vietnamese workers who used to work in the country as interns after the ‘specified skills visa’ policy was launched on April 1, The Yomiuri Shimbun reported in its July 8 issue.

German state offers free vocational training for Vietnamese workers

German state offers free vocational training for Vietnamese workers

Vietnamese labourers will have opportunities to receive free vocational training in Germany under a programme to look for skilled workers in the Southeast Asian country launched by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for South Thüringen (IHK Südthüringen).

Social housing meets 28% of workers’ demand

Social housing meets 28% of workers’ demand

Vietnam has to date completed 87 social housing projects with some 28,800 apartments for workers at industrial parks (IPs), meeting just 28% of the demand, according to the Ministry of Construction.