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Quang Nam’s tourism sector faces severe labor shortage

HCMC – The tourism recovery effort in Quang Nam Province is underway, but the local tourism sector is facing a severe shortfall of human...

HCMC needs at least 59,600 workers in Q2

HCMC - HCMC needs 59,600-65,500 workers in the second quarter of the year as the Covid pandemic has been brought under control, according to...

Post-Tet labor shortage woes

Although the economy has shown signs of recovery since Q4-2021, a look at the unemployment rate index, the quality of laborers as well as...

HCMC’s exports to most major markets decline

HCMC – HCMC’s exports to most of its major markets, such as the United States, Japan, the European Union and China, declined last year...

Over 2.2 million workers exit big cities in 2021 amid pandemic

HCMC – Over 2.2 million migrant workers left the big cities for their hometowns during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic last year, according...

Over 45% of businesses offer higher salaries to bring workers back

HANOI – Over 45% of businesses said they are offering higher salaries than before the Covid-19 pandemic to bring workers back to work, according...

Rising Covid case numbers threaten manufacturing recovery

HCMC - The overall business conditions in the Vietnamese manufacturing sector improved for the second straight month in November, but were accompanied by worries...

Dong Nai needs over 50,000 workers by end-2021 to restore production

HCMC – Businesses operating in the southern province of Dong Nai will be recruiting over 50,000 workers from now until the end of the...

Enterprises are quick to adapt to new normal

Dine-in services are permitted with conditions in some “green zones” in HCMC where the Covid-19 pandemic is relatively under control while Hanoi has come...

HCMC forecasts shortage of 60,000 workers in Q1 next year

HCMC – HCMC may face a shortage of some 60,000 workers in the first quarter of next year if the Covid-19 pandemic continues unabated...

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