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Strong job growth predicted for Q2: labor ministry
According to the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, three industry groups are expected to see an increase in labor demand compared to the previous quarter.
10:09, 2024/05/23
Domestic work thrives in Hanoi as living standards rise
In Vietnam, domestic work was officially recognized as a profession in 1994.
15:29, 2024/05/24
High-demand overseas jobs in Vietnam
Vietnam is expected to send about 125,000 workers on contract to foreign countries this year.
17:40, 2024/04/03
Hanoi creates 45,600 jobs in Q1, exceeding annual target
The city has developed the labor market and improved the employment data system to link labor supply and demand and reduce unemployment.
22:10, 2023/01/06
Hanoi simplifies work permit issuance for foreign laborers
Hanoi has removed obstacles in granting work permits to foreigners to create the most favorable conditions for foreign experts to work in the city.
14:18, 2022/06/21
Hanoi creates nearly 118,000 jobs in H1
The number of people who found employment in the first half of 2022 reaches 73.7% of the annual plan, making 20.5% higher than the previous year.
20:27, 2022/04/20
Vietnam’s social protection system needs further reform
Reforms need to be aligned with the reality of Vietnam’s socio-economic context and build on the success of the progress made over the past decade.
18:42, 2022/03/02
Hanoi forecasts to need 100,000 laborers in Q1/2022
The labor market has started recovering since last December thanks to the capital city's speedy vaccination rollout.
10:25, 2022/02/09
Vietnam’s labor supply gradually recovers after Tet
Recent forecasts about industries showed a strong demand for recruitment after the Lunar New Year, especially in the first quarter of 2022.
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