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Enterprises located in key economic areas of the south where the industry and supporting services are developing have raised concerns over the lack of soft skills of graduates despite the enhanced co-operation between universities and enterprises.
VietNamNet Bridge – Hundreds of thousands of graduates fail to find jobs and yet businesses say they face a shortage of skilled employees.
VietNamNet Bridge – Young professionals with foreign master’s degrees and doctorates can now be found working at rice fields and livestock farms instead of air-conditioned offices.
VietNamNet Bridge – Tens of thousands of young college and university graduates in the Central Highlands are struggling to find good jobs and are having to resort to menial or low-skilled labour.
VietNamNet Bridge – About 25-30% of the 10,000 unemployment beneficiaries in Hanoi are university graduates and post-graduates.
VietNamNet Bridge – It has been nine months since Bui Thu Hang, a former student of the Ha Noi School of Public Health graduated.
VietNamNet Bridge – More and more university graduates return to school to study further for master’s degree, simply because they cannot find stable jobs.
Hanoi, Da Nang and then Can Tho and Ca Mau provinces have stated they will offer high salaries and good working conditions to the talented experts who agree to work in the localities and devote themselves to the local socio-economic development.
Hanoi has decided that it can pay the salaries 20 times higher than the usual levels in order to attract talents. This is one of a series of new policies laid down by the city’s authorities after the Capital Law took effects on July 1.
While waiting for the job opportunities to come, unemployed university graduates attend training courses to obtain master degrees, hoping that higher education would bring better jobs.
Students would be fined VND5-20 million for their behaviors of insulting teachers’ dignity, while teachers would be fined VND3-5 million for the behaviors of abusing learners.
While universities and junior colleges report the high percentages of graduates who can find jobs, job centers and local labor departments have reported the increasingly high unemployment rate.
Instead of seeking long term personnel, businesses nowadays tend to hire short term workers for seasonal production in an effort to cut down expenses.
Young people have no more choice than going to school and developing the country with deep knowledge, instead of depending on the natural resources.