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Vietnam to raise rate of trained workers to 40 percent by 2030

Vietnam targets raising the proportion of trained workers to 35-40 percent by 2030 under a support programme for labour market development newly issued by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.Under the programme, Vietnam expects to be among the top 60 countries in the Knowledge Workers sub-pillar ...

Technology empowers people with disabilities

Twenty-two people with visual impairments are attending a digital business training and coaching course for four months in Hà Nội to help them adapt to the fourth industrial revolution and co-exist with COVID-19. The trainees are mostly selling products online or working to become sale ...

Universities, firms join hands in training high-quality agriculture workforce

Delegates at a seminar in Hanoi on April 21 discussed the need to connect higher education institutions with businesses in training high-quality agricultural workforce.Given that up to 46 percent of the workforce in the local farming sector does not satisfy the requirements of scientific and ...

9,000 PhDs: just what the doctor did not order

The Ministry of Education and Training has recently revealed a draft plan to spend up to VNĐ12 trillion (US$533 million) to train 9,000 PhD holders for Việt Nam by 2025. The plan was met with almost immediate anger and derision, with many calling it impractical and ...

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