Update news labor export
Vietnam and Israel have agreed to sign a labour cooperation agreement in 2023, with a view to bringing Vietnamese labourers back to work in Israel in the field of agriculture.
Longstanding labour markets, such as Japan and the Republic of Korea, will continue to attract Vietnamese workers, while young, skilled workers will also have the chance to work in countries such as Australia, Canada and Europe.
Vietnam’s relevant agencies have stepped up training since mid-2022 in an effort to increase the number of workers sent to the Republic of Korea (RoK).
Many low-skilled overseas Vietnamese workers are struggling on their return home, finding it difficult to settle in and find new jobs in the face of fierce domestic competition.
Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Ba Hoan recently had a meeting with Juhas Csongor, general director of Prohuman Company (Hungary) to discuss the possibility of bringing Vietnamese workers to Hungary.
The Republic of Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) has officially removed Vietnam from the list of countries subjected to tightened COVID-19 control measures.
Vietnamese manpower exporters are happy that some countries have reopened for foreign workers. However, after two years, many problems need to be addressed.
The four markets receiving the largest number of Vietnamese workers included South Korea, Japan, Germany and Taiwan (China).
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) is striving to bring 90,000 Vietnamese labourers to work abroad in 2021.
Vietnam hopes to send 90,000 guest workers abroad in 2021, targeting markets that secure high and stable incomes.
Foreign markets such as Japan, Germany, and Taiwan (China) have moved to welcome Vietnamese workers yet again, according to the foreign labour management department at the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Nguyen Canh Viet, 29, from Ha Tinh province, still cannot leave fir Japan to work despite the scheduled departure in early May.
Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung has asked local businesses to stop sending Vietnamese workers to regions affected by new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreaks.
By the end of 2019, more than 1,000 Vietnamese nurses received training and worked in Germany while being greatly appreciated by the German side, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
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.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has been warned of a brain drain as Japan has applied a new policy which allows foreigners to work for a long time and live with their families in the country.