A report by the Navigos Group on the prospects and tendencies of skill in Vietnam in the 2018-2022 perod, 42 percent of the experts hold that robots will replace the human being in the job groups of repeat such as administrative and secretariat work. Although it was still among the top three of greatest demand in 2018, it is forecast to experience a fall in the five years to come as machines will take its toll. … [Read more...] about Future of jobs: started from 4.0 vocational training
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) has greatly influenced Vietnam’s tertiary education, resulting in a transition in professions, curricula and training methods. tertiary education in the science – technology sector in Vietnam by 2025, with a vision to 2030.Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) in Hanoi on October 24.New requirements in professions and skills Industry 4.0 requires new capacities from labourers. According to a research by Assoc. Prof. Pham Van Son and Assoc. Prof. Ngo Tu Thanh of the School of Engineering Pedagogy of the Hanoi University of Science and Technology, in the next year, demand for solving complex issues will account for 36 percent, while that for technical skills will only stand at 12 percent and for physical ability at merely 4 percent. … [Read more...] about Jobs projected to expand in Industry 4.0 era
Photo: PCWorld. An Information Technology Human Resource Fair hosted by Quang Trung Software Park Development Company and NIIT Institute on March 16 drew the presence of over 2,500 university and college students. … [Read more...] about 8,000 job applications in Information Technology Human Resource Fair
Nguyễn Thanh Tú, from central Thanh Hóa Province, works for an automobile company in Busan, South Korea and said he would spend three days off celebrating New Year's Eve with other Vietnamese workers, making traditional Vietnamese food and visiting his friends around the city. … [Read more...] about Overseas Vietnamese feel Tết’s warmth far from home
MM Mega Market said there is imported pork at the supermarket chain, but the amount is very small, just accounting for 3 percent. This means that 97 percent of pork available there is from domestic sources. Tran Van Minh, a merchant at Tan Xuan Market, also said that the high price has cut pork sales. The meat supply has improved thanks to the live pigs imported from Thailand. In addition, frozen pork is akso available at some big markets. … [Read more...] about Where is all the imported pork?