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Shaping future of Vietnam’s labour

As the country’s population is growing and Industry 4.0 tends to deprive manual labourers of employment opportunities, Vietnam is under great pressure to generate sufficient employment for its young labourers.Keep reading ...

Thanh Tung

CLMTV countries discuss social insurance for migrant workers

Senior officials from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam (CLMTV) convened their fourth meeting on labour cooperation in Hanoi on August 20, discussing social insurance connection for migrant workers in countries involved.At the conference, participants were updated about the latest information on migrant workers’ affairs ...

Vietnam’s labour productivity increases

The average labour productivity in Vietnam increased from 1,700 USD per laborer in 2006 to 2,672 USD in 2017, according to the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR). In 2017, Vietnam’s labor productivity doubled that of low-income countries, but met only 50 percent of ...

VietnamNet Reporter

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