A workshop was held in the Japanese city of Osaka on March 18 to support Vietnamese graduates in the Kansai region seeking job opportunities.

The workshop, organised by the Vietnamese Consulate General in Osaka, brought together the fresh Vietnamese graduates, small and medium-sized Japanese businesses investing or planning business expansion in Vietnam, and Japanese officials.
Participating Japanese firms all spoke highly of Vietnam’s young, competent human resources, in particular their skills and hard-working spirit.

They also presented their business plans in Vietnam in the coming time, highlighting the demand for high-skilled employees in the fields of mechanical engineering and high-tech agriculture.

Meanwhile, the Vietnamese students expressed their hope that this type of workshop will help job seekers’ needs meet Japanese employers’ requirements.

Currently, there are about 1,500 Vietnamese students studying in universities across the Kansai region.-VNA