France-Vietnam job fair held in Hanoi, HCM City Society

France-Vietnam job fair held in Hanoi, HCM City

The seventh France-Vietnam Job Fair (FVJF) has been held in Hanoi, serving as a bridge connecting Vietnamese, French and international companies based in Vietnam to graduates with international profiles.
Japanese firms’ recruitment demands start recovering from Q2 Society

Japanese firms’ recruitment demands start recovering from Q2

Recruitment demand of Japanese companies in Vietnam is recovering in the second quarter of 2021, but being good at Japanese is no longer a competitive advantage for candidates applying to the company, according to a report released by Navigos Group, a leading recruitment group in Vietnam, on June 22.
Job game show begins on VTV Culture - Sports

Job game show begins on VTV

Season two of the TV game show on employment, Whose Chance? (Co Hoi Cho Ai?), is being aired on Vietnam Television’s channel 3 (VTV3) at noon every Saturday.
Indonesia launches pre-employment card World

Indonesia launches pre-employment card

The Indonesian government recently launched the pre-employment card for young job seekers, part of a promise of President Joko Widodo during his presidential campaign, with a budget worth 10 trillion rupiah (645.16 million USD) in 2020.
Vietnam ready to make labour market effective Society

Vietnam ready to make labour market effective

The share of job seekers who are using formal channels (employment services) is growing in Vietnam, but still accounts for a minority of the job search channels used. Most jobs in the country today are filled through personal contacts, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Nearly 500 people recruited at job fair Society

Nearly 500 people recruited at job fair

Close to 500 job seekers found their jobs at a career fair co-organised by the Southeast Job Service Centre and the Dong Nai provincial Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs on October 10.
Year-end sees labour shortage Society

Year-end sees labour shortage

The final month of the lunar year sees a seasonal employment surge, however, the number of job seekers decline, making it difficult for enterprises to handle the trade of the upcoming Tet holidays.