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samedi 4 juin 2016

Gender inequality on the rise in Việt Nam

A new report released today warns of the possibility of a rise in gender inequality in Việt Nam.

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dimanche 20 mars 2016

Number of unemployed people in Vietnam tops 1mn at end of 2015

The number of jobless people in Vietnam reached more than one million at the end of last year, according to the latest statistics.

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dimanche 27 décembre 2015

Bachelors, masters constitute 20% of unemployed people in Vietnam

The number of university graduates and holders of higher academic degrees becoming jobless has increased in Vietnam, reaching 225,500 people or 20 percent of the unemployed, the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids, and Social Affairs said on Thursday.

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dimanche 6 décembre 2015

Vietnam to lack half a million IT professionals by 2020

Vietnam is forecast to face a serious shortage in information technology (IT) manpower in the next five years, according to a recent report prepared by local recruitment company VietnamWorks.

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lundi 2 novembre 2015

More college graduates unable to find jobs in Vietnam

The unemployment rate among bachelor graduates continued to rise in the second quarter this year as a weak job market has made it more difficult for young people to find positions with good income prospects.

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jeudi 13 août 2015

Vietnam parents want children to learn about money through part-time summer jobs

A number of parents in southern Vietnam allow their children to take part-time jobs during the summer break in the hope that they will learn about earning and using money.

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dimanche 8 mars 2015

Many job ads in Vietnam don't even try to hide gender bias

One in five job postings in Vietnam includes a gender requirement that usually favors male applicants, shutting women out of higher-skilled and better-paid jobs, according to a new study.

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samedi 6 décembre 2014

Vietnam’s migrant masses disappearing into shadow economy

Nguyen Van Cuong left his village in northern Vietnam four years ago to work in a Hanoi bicycle factory, keen to join the government-backed manufacturing boom that promised to transform the economy. Now, he’s had enough.

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mercredi 17 septembre 2014

Vietnam in search of senior managers

Vietnam may be set to resume its high growth trajectory after a few years of relatively gentle GDP expansion, but the country is a long way from achieving self-sufficiency in senior management skills.

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dimanche 27 juillet 2014

As Vietnam's women go abroad, dads tend the home

VU HOI — When his wife moved to Taiwan nine years ago to work as a maid — earning far more than she could in the rice paddies of this northern Vietnamese hamlet — Pham Duc Viet took over the household chores and raised their two children on top of his regular work as a farmer and carpenter.

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mercredi 23 juillet 2014

Vietnam could loosen work permit rules for foreigners

HANOI – On July 8, 2014, after intense criticism from the expat community and foreign businesses, the Vietnamese government issued Resolution 47, which is intended to improve the work permit conditions for foreigners working in Vietnam.

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vendredi 18 juillet 2014

Vietnam looks to slacken work permit rules for foreigners

The Vietnamese government has instructed several ministries to ease their grip on foreign labor management in a gesture apparently aimed at assuaging a disgruntled corporate sector that is crying foul over a dire shortage of skilled workers.

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samedi 7 juin 2014

Even Bill Gates isn’t qualified to get work permit in Vietnam

The procedures and regulations required to obtain a work permit in Vietnam contain so many stringent and unreasonable requirements that even the world renowned business magnates would not be able to obtain one, attendees complained at an economic forum on Thursday.

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vendredi 28 mars 2014

Big holes in Vietnam’s 1.9 pct unemployment rate

Vietnam calculated its unemployment rate at 1.9 percent late last year, a figure that included many well-qualified young people who had been jobless for more than a year.

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dimanche 26 janvier 2014

Vietnam sees rises in unofficial jobs, unemployment for youths

Unemployment among Vietnam’s young workforce and the number of unofficial jobs are both surging at alarming rate, according to the International Labor Organization (ILO).

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mercredi 1 janvier 2014

One in 10 Vietnamese university graduates jobless

The unemployment rate among Vietnamese university graduates is increasing, and at the moment one of every 10 graduates is jobless, according to the General Statistics Office.

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dimanche 17 novembre 2013

Vietnam bans hiring of women for 77 unhealthy jobs

Vietnam’s labor ministry has prohibited employers from hiring women in general for 38 jobs; and hiring pregnant women or those raising babies under one year old for another 39 jobs in a bid to protect them from the “health-threatening” jobs.

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dimanche 21 avril 2013

Domestic workers struggle to survive

Viet Nam has the ninth-lowest unemployment rate in the world, but wage cuts by enterprises and the widespread lack of insurance mean even those fortunate enough to be employed still face challenges. Nguyen Minh Huong reports

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dimanche 13 janvier 2013

Anphabe.com launches Vietnam’s first head-hunter portal

Anphabe.com, already Vietnam’s largest online network of management professionals, has signed a strategic partnership agreement with ten top headhunting companies to co-launch the country’s first head-hunting information portal at www.Anphabe.com/Top-Headhunt.

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vendredi 21 décembre 2012

Nearly one million out of work, stronger job creation needed

Nearly one million workers remained unemployed as the economy couldn’t create enough jobs for both new entrants to the labour force and the existing jobless, according to the Labour Force Survey Report 2012.

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lundi 3 janvier 2011

Vietnam’s unemployment rate decreases by 0.02 percent

The General Statistics Office (GSO) has announced the unemployment rate among Vietnam’s workforce stood at 2.88 percent in 2010. This is a decrease of 0.02 percent, as compared to 2009.

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mardi 21 septembre 2010

Vietnam Communist Party official killed over job dispute

Hanoi - Two Ho Chi Minh City men were arrested for allegedly forcing their way into the house of a government official, stabbing her and her daughter, and killing a district Communist Party official, police said Tuesday.

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samedi 6 juin 2009

Crisis Strands Vietnamese Workers in a Czech Limbo

PRAGUE — For Trieu Dinh Van, 25, the long journey two years ago from the rice paddies of northern Vietnam to a truck-welding factory in eastern Bohemia was supposed to provide an economic lifeline. Instead Mr. Van, the son of poor, peasant farmers, is jobless, homeless and heavily indebted in a faraway land.

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samedi 30 mai 2009

Firms struggle to hire skilled professionals in Vietnam

HANOI - About a year ago, 2,000 of the best and brightest from five of Vietnam's top universities were invited to take a lengthy multiple-choice exam for a shot at a job at Intel Corp.

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samedi 21 mars 2009

Vietnam govt sees up to 400,000 more jobless in '09

HANOI - Between 300,000 and 400,000 people will lose their jobs in Vietnam this year, and some 6,000 Vietnamese workers have been sent home from abroad due to the global slowdown, the labour minister said on Friday.

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lundi 9 février 2009

Vietnam firms cut jobs as demand shrinks

Hanoi - Panasonic Corp confirmed Friday that it was shedding jobs at its factories in Vietnam, joining a raft of companies laying off workers there as the economy slows. Panasonic Vietnam general director Shinya Abe said the company had offered workers at its plant outside Hanoi a "voluntary resignation plan" at the end of January but did not yet know how many would accept the offer.

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mercredi 28 janvier 2009

When Vietnam’s leading online job agency struggled to survive

In the six years since Navigos Group set it up, job recruitment website www.vietnamworks.com has attracted more than one million visitors and 10,000 employers.

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