The west bank of the Hồng (Red) River in Hà Nội’s Tây Hồ District is famous for its traditional flower villages – Tứ Liên, Nhật Tân, Quảng An and Phú Thượng.
Tết or Lunar New Year holiday is the most important celebration in Việt Nam’s calender. But some students are passing up on the opportunity to spend time at home, opting to find seasonal employment instead.
On a beautiful morning, if you get a sales call, don’t be grumpy and gently refuse because who knows who’s on the line? It could be a hard-working student who is trying to earn every penny to pay for rent, food and their studies.
Companies, restaurants, convenience stores and supermarkets are busy recruiting more part-time employees for Christmas, New Year, and the Lunar New Year holiday.
In the past, part-time jobs for students in University were often limited. To earn extra cash, the positions they took were restricted to tutoring or sales assistants. Things have changed today.
Thousands of jobs are available in HCM City after the Lunar New Year holidays, said recruitment officials at the city’s job centres.
Japanese LEOC company and the Đà Nẵng-based Đông Á College have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on co-operation in Japanese language training, vocational skills and manpower enrollment.
The HCM City Student Assistance Centre is offering support to disadvantaged students during the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday that begins on February 16.
An incident recorded at an eatery for low-income people in District 1 of HCM City last week has raised discussion on the attitudes towards becoming independent of Vietnamese university students.
A third-year student of the HCM City Open University, Trần Thị Mỹ Linh has done several part-time jobs while pursuing her degree in tourism administration.