31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Hanoi creates 14,000 new jobs despite Covid-19
Businesses in Hanoi have continued to hire workers with a salary of VND7-10 million (US$306-438) per month.
05:52, 2021/52/07
Covid-19 drives millions of people out of jobs in Q2: GSO
The outlook for the labor market remains grim as the number of employed people continues to decline in the second quarter.
18:07, 2021/07/17
Over 1 million people lose jobs on Covid-19 in Q1: GSO
The latest Covid-19 outbreak in the country has delayed the recovery of the labor market, forcing workers, especially women, to seek jobs in informal sectors.
21:09, 2021/09/06
More than 32 million workers impacted by Covid-19: GSO
The pandemic has been the major factor that took away work opportunities of 1.6 million people.
14:04, 2020/04/18
Vietnam’s youth unemployment rate could soar to 13.2% on Covid-19
In Vietnam, the largest youth job losses are seen in the textile industry with 15% of total, followed by hospitality & catering services, and agriculture.
12:08, 2020/08/04
Partial social distancing helps Vietnam mitigate negative economic Covid-19 impacts
The nationwide distancing order in the first 15 days of April was one of the key factors leading to GDP growth in the second quarter at just 0.36% year-on-year.
16:34, 2020/34/03
Covid-19 may hurt up to 5 million workers in Vietnam in Q3
In the worst-case scenario, the number of workers losing their jobs could increase by 60,000 – 70,000 per month.
16:32, 2020/32/29
Vietnam: Revived businesses rise 17.6% to 28,600 in Jan-Jul
The number of newly-established enterprises in Vietnam in the first seven months of 2020 declined by 5.1% year-on-year to 75,200.
17:31, 2020/31/18
Covid-19 hurts income of 90% of Vietnamese laborers
Half of the number of laborers have their income reduced by at least 20%, with the majority being low-skilled workers.
08:38, 2020/38/13
Unemployment benefit claims in Hanoi spike on Covid-19
In May, the Hanoi Center for Employment Service received nearly 11,700 claims for unemployment compensation, an increase of nearly 41% year-on-year.
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