The General Statistics Office's report on Vietnam's employment situation over Q1 of 2021 has uncovered the breadth and depth of the pandemic’s effects, despite the impressive work carried out to keep the coronavirus away from its people.
Vietnam has become richer, but it remains a lower middle-income country facing a risk of being left behind. It aims to become a high-income country by 2045.
High-quality human resources will play a decisive factor in the success of the country’s digital transformation process, Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh said at a recent conference held in HCM City.
Truong Anh Dung, directorate of Vocational Education and Training Department under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, talks on his department’s resolve to create a diverse occupational education network to meet labour market needs.
In order to mechanize agriculture, Vietnam needs to have skilled labor force, experts say. Many workers in agricultural production need to be trained or should obtain degrees.
Education and training of high-quality human resources in tourism and hospitality is key to improve productivity and the competitive capacity of Vietnam’s tourism sector, tourism experts have said.
There is a widening gap of digital skills, especially in AI, between Vietnam and high-income nations, according to the 2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index.
Vietnam’s prospects for growth remain positive despite record pessimism among chief executive officers (CEOs) about the global economy, said PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Vietnam in a statement.
Dang Hung Vo, former Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, talks about solutions to unleash the private sector’s potential.
Overcoming human resources problems, understanding local cultures and finding reliable partners are needed for Vietnamese start-ups to “go global,” the CEO of Grab Financial Group Vietnam Nguyen Tuan Anh has said.
The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs and leaders of Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on human resource development, Ha Noi, November 19, 2019.
Local universities play an important role in providing human resources to provinces. However, many of them are at risk of closure as they cannot adapt to new circumstances.
The tourism industry demands an additional 40,000 workers annually but the number of people majoring in tourism is merely around 15,000 per year.
The human resources industry in Vietnam is developing strongly, fuelled by multinational companies’ growing demand for expanding and setting up their production chains in the country, according to Adecco Vietnam.