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Millenials prefer freedom from office, take to freelancing

Opting out of traditional eight-hours-a-day, five-days-a-week office work, many Vietnamese are now looking to freelance, reflecting a global trend. According to Manpower’s 2018 Total Workforce Index, Vietnam has over 57 million employees with 70 percent coming from the Y generation (born between 1976 and 1995) and ...

Linh Do

Young people not interested in agricultural studies

The agriculture, forestry and fishery sector lacks high-qualified human resources but few young people want to work in the sector despite the abundant job opportunities.In recent months, colleges and universities have run job consultancy campaigns, but few young people have been swayed to study in ...

Vietnam has high demand for IT workforce

Demand for human resources in Vietnam’s information technology (IT) sector has reached a five-year peak with nearly 63,000 jobs to be filled in 2019, according to the second quarter report on Vietnam’s IT market conducted by TopDev, an IT recruitment network and ecosystem.According to data ...

More professionals seek foreign assignments

Increasing numbers of professionals are choosing to work abroad, especially in Southeast Asia, drawn by higher salaries, better growth opportunities.According to a survey in 2018 by JobStreet, one of the largest employment portals in Southeast Asia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand were the most popular Southeast ...

Hung Le

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