Applicants are aplenty but vacancies are rare
A total of 327,952 citizens lost their jobs in the first six months of 2020
She also raises funds to provide poor children with books, clothes, and food
The company plans to further develop the app so that it will offer employment opportunities not only in Vietnam but also in other markets
Many graduates decide to work in other Southeast Asian countries, and a handsome salary is not the only motivation
Some have been able to land a job at reputable firms while others become directors of their own companies
The jobs promise high salary due to the rising demand
Michael Baas, a Dutch expert in human resource management, said well-written job descriptions and regular assessments are the two basic elements to be factored in choosing the right personnel for a job
A local organization has provided free vocational training and job placement services for Vietnam’s disadvantaged youth for over a decade, while a woman is dedicated to showing job seekers how to impress recruiters.
With freelancing being the current trend among Vietnamese youths, some have achieved certain success while others have encountered hurdles and suffered failure.
- Historic downpour sinks many parts of Ho Chi Minh City
- Vietnam detects 37 new coronavirus cases, including Filipino
- Vietnam’s 135-yo cathedral demolished to make way for replacement
- Vietnam announces coronavirus recoveries, deaths, new local cases
- Cost of two-week quarantine in Saigon hotels averages $583
- Saigon bus attendant attacked for asking passenger to turn music down
- Vietnam PM says risk of COVID-19 community spread 'very high'
- Vietnamese province gets tough on officials showing oversight in COVID-19 control
- Vietnam urges citizens to install contact-tracing app
- Vietnamese inmate captured in Hanoi after three months on the lam