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  • Vietnam moves to strongly integrate into int’l labour market
    Vietnam moves to strongly integrate into int’l labour market
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    Vietnam is striving to develop a modern and internationally integrated labour market, considering it a key to a strong connection with the global labour market and ensure the harmonisation of the domestic labour market.
  • PM chairs teleconference on labour market development
    PM chairs teleconference on labour market development
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    Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on August 20 chaired a nationwide teleconference linking with the 63 cities and provinces on the development of labour market in a flexible, modern, sustainable and globally integrated manner.
  • Nearly 1.27 million workers receive housing benefits
    Nearly 1.27 million workers receive housing benefits
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    Nearly 1.27 million workers have received housing rent allowances worth a total of 876 billion VND (37.4 million USD) as of August 15, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
  • The labour market recovered strongly in the second quarter of 2022
    The labour market recovered strongly in the second quarter of 2022
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    (LĐXH)- According to the General Statistics Office, employed workers aged 15 and older in the second quarter of 2022 were 50.5 million people, an increase of 504.6 thousand people (equivalent to 1.01 per cent) on a quarter on-quarter basis and an increase of 701.8 thousand people (equivalent to 1.41 per cent) year on year.
  • Deputy Minister Le Tan Dung worked with the World Bank on labour and vocational skills
    Deputy Minister Le Tan Dung worked with the World Bank on labour and vocational skills
    6 tháng trước
    (LĐXH)- On May 18, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) Le Tan Dung had a meeting and worked with the Delegation of the Social Security and Employment Department under the World Bank led by Mr. Christophe Lemiere - Head of Human Development Department.
  • Efforts made to help labour market recover sustainably
    Efforts made to help labour market recover sustainably
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    Another piece of the socio-economic picture is returning with bright colours, which is the field of labour and employment. Statistics released by the General Statistics Office showed that the labour market recorded a gradually recovery in the first quarter of 2022 along with the recovery momentum of the economy.
  • Ho Chi Minh City needs around 65,500 workers in the second quarter
    Ho Chi Minh City needs around 65,500 workers in the second quarter
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    (LĐXH)- The labour market in Ho Chi Minh City continues to develop in the direction of increasing labour in the construction and service sectors and decreasing in the agriculture, forestry and fishery sectors.
  • Labour market recovery looks toward flexible, safe adaptation
    Labour market recovery looks toward flexible, safe adaptation
    10 tháng trước
    Although it is put under control, the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit all aspects of the social life, seriously affecting businesses and people. The labour market is facing a risk of crisis when unemployment and underemployment rates rise sharply and workers' incomes fall significantly.
  • Many policies to help restore labour market
    Many policies to help restore labour market
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    (LĐXH)- The Government issued the Socio-Economic Development and Recovery Program on January 30, in which emphasized ensuring social security and supporting jobs for workers.
  • MoLISA works to ensure warm Tet for social policy beneficiaries
    MoLISA works to ensure warm Tet for social policy beneficiaries
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    The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) has devised specific solutions to ensure a warm Tet (Lunar New Year) festival for social policy beneficiaries and support those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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