Q1 unemployment rate drops: GSO Business

Q1 unemployment rate drops: GSO

Unemployment in the first quarter of 2022 shrank by 130,000 to around 1.3 million from the previous quarter, reflecting a labour market post-pandemic recovery, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Firms grapple with year-end labour crunch Society

Firms grapple with year-end labour crunch

Several enterprises in the south, mostly in HCM City and the provinces of Dong Nai and Binh Duong, are accelerating worker recruitment, preparing to up production after the Tet holiday that falls in mid-February 2018.
HCM City seeks 25,000 workers in June Society

HCM City seeks 25,000 workers in June

As more start-ups have been established, HCM City’s labour demand has increased, with 25,000 permanent and 7,000 temporary jobs that need to be filled in June.
Vinh Phuc factories thirsty for female workers Society

Vinh Phuc factories thirsty for female workers

The thirst for female workers is real at industrial parks in northern Vinh Phuc province where the more foreign direct investment (FDI) projects arrive, the more demand for female workers rises, as they are believed to be more skilled at certain jobs.
Dong Nai, HCM City struggle to meet labour demand Business

Dong Nai, HCM City struggle to meet labour demand

Companies in the southern province of Dong Nai need to find more than 30,000 new employees by the end of next month to make up for the shortage caused by the post-Tet staff turnover, according to the local Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Labour demand grows in HCM City Society

Labour demand grows in HCM City

Stable economic growth has led to increased labour demand in Ho Chi Minh City in the first half of the year, according to the municipal Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
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.