Việt Nam’s labour export activities are showing signs of recovery from COVID-19.
While many workers in several industries in HCM City lost jobs in the first quarter amid the COVID-19 pandemic, recruitment demand in other fields rose.
The standard for university admissions should be raised to ensure higher quality of training, said Phùng Xuân Nhạ, Minister of Education and Training.
Training the workforce and helping reskill low-skilled workers are important tasks in preparing for the rapid technological development during the fourth industrial revolution, experts have said.
With e-commerce and automation changing the landscape of the logistics sector dramatically, there will be a focus on re-skilling the existing workforce in technology.
Fifty-two individuals and groups in HCM City won prizes at the 28th Young Informatics Contest for students at all primary, secondary and high schools in the city on Sunday.
Việt Nam’s economy continues to perform well, propelled by the sustained global recovery and continued domestic reforms, according to a new World Bank report.