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A lack of human resources in the booming blockchain industry is one of the biggest problems in developing blockchain projects in the country.

Ho Chi Minh City needs to attract more talents to public sector

Ho Chi Minh City's policy of attracting talents to the public sector has not been effective in recent years, experts say.

Practical skills matter as much as degrees

Public servant management should not be focused on professional degrees but practical skills.

Gathering the talent for national leadership and governance

Talented people are available at any time, talent is everywhere, but the number of talented persons is often limited. 

The need for talented people

The 13th Party Congress is an important milestone, which sets the future orientation, continues to accelerate the process of national renovation and international integration.

Quang Ngai student wins scholarships to 21 universities overseas

A teenager in the central province of Quang Ngai has just been invited by 21 universities in the US, the UK, Canada and Singapore.

Golden Globe Awards 2019 honour 10 young science and technology talents

The Secretariat of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) Central Committee has decided to present the 2019 Golden Globe Awards to 10 young science and technology talents in five areas,

Vietnam needs new policies to find talented staff

Vietnam needs to have a law on appreciating and using talented peoole, according to Le Thanh Van, a National Assembly Deputy.

Is the Road to Olympia TV show contributing to Vietnam’s brain drain?

Most of the winners of the Road to Olympia TV show leave for Australia and do not return to Vietnam.

In Vietnam, technology firms struggle to hunt for talents

Startups, R&D projects, fintechs and e-hailing firms are all on the hunt for workers.

Does Vietnam's TV show "Road to Olympia" help provide talents for Australia?

Most of the winners of ‘Road to Olympia’ leave Vietnam for Australia where they study and stay after graduating.

Events in Hanoi & HCMC on July 1-7

Upcoming events in Hanoi and HCM City

To attract talented staff, high pay is not enough

VietNamNet Bridge - Favorable working conditions are the most important factor when considering job opportunities, according to surveys.

Students gain int’l prizes, but scientific achievements remain modest

VietNamNet Bridge - Hundreds of Vietnamese students have won top prizes at international Olympiads in the last 40 years, but the country’s scientific achievements remain modest.

Government urged to ‘take action’ and not waste talented students

VietNamNet Bridge - Tran Phuong, a renowned educator who has trained 60 students who won top prizes at international competitions, talks about what Vietnam needs to do to develop young talent.

Education Minister, experts discuss how to attract Vietnamese overseas talent

The newly appointed Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha and well-known experts met at an online roundtable at VietNamNet last week to discuss the thorny issue of attracting Vietnamese overseas talent.

Vietnam cultivates talented students with ‘skimming’ method

Vietnam has a large system of schools for the gifted where the best students receive special education designed for them. However, experts believe that the ‘skimming’ method, or ‘training fighting cocks’, is no longer suitable.

Unreasonable recruitment scheme keeps talented employees away

VietNamNet Bridge - State agencies cannot find talented candidates because of current recruitment methods, according to analysts.

Excellent candidates still fail the civil-service exams in VN

VietNamNet Bridge - The number of good candidates who have failed civil service exams has been increasing year after year.

Five talents promises to shine in 2014

 VietNamNet Bridge – These athletes, who are less than 20 years old, showed off their talent in 2013 and they are expected to shine in 2014.