Nearly 67,000 labourers sent overseas in H1 Society

Nearly 67,000 labourers sent overseas in H1

Vietnam sent 66,983 labourers to work abroad during January-June, accounting for 55.82 percent of the yearly plan, according to statistics from the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA)’ Department of Overseas Labour.
Can Tho works to send more laborers to work abroad Society

Can Tho works to send more laborers to work abroad

The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho sent around 300 laborers to go to work abroad in 2018, a rise of 14 percent from 2017 and its competent departments and agencies are working together for higher figure this year.
Japan largest market for Vietnamese guest workers Society

Japan largest market for Vietnamese guest workers

Receiving more than 7,100 Vietnamese guest workers in March, Japan is the largest market for this group of jobseekers, according to the statistics from the Department of Overseas Labour under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).
Vietnamese labourers to work in Russia Society

Vietnamese labourers to work in Russia

Representatives of Vietnam’s labour sector met with Russian partners last week to kick off the first round of negotiations for sending Vietnamese labourers to work in Russia.
Labour export in 2018 Society

InfographicLabour export in 2018

Major markets receiving a great number of Vietnamese labourers are mostly in Northeastern Asia, with Taiwan (China) and Japan being the top markets.
Can Tho: more workers go to work in RoK Business

Can Tho: more workers go to work in RoK

The Mekong delta city of Can Tho has seen an increasing number of Vietnamese labourers going to the Republic of Korea as guest workers through joint programmes between the two countries.
Vinh Long seeks ways to increase labour export Society

Vinh Long seeks ways to increase labour export

Vietnamese guest workers in foreign countries have contributed to reducing poverty in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long but the number of workers abroad still remains low, according to the provincial People’s Committee.