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Supply and demand imbalance causing labor shortage (16-5-2010)
Vietnam's economy is recovering after the global economic crisis and companies have resumed recruitment efforts, but many enterprises still face a serious shortage of labor due to a gap between supply and demand, a labor official said.
Graduate teachers to get pay increase (10-3-2010)
HA NOI - The minimum salary for teachers graduating from universities will be raised to VND2.3million ($121), according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
Conference discusses public transparency and decentralization at universities (10-3-2010)
All universities must publish their financial accounts and information about training standards on their website by April 15, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Thien Nhan told an education conference in Hanoi March 6.
Gov’t to spend US$243 mil on school upgrades (10-3-2010)
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved the allocation of VND4.5 trillion (US$243 million) from Government bonds this year to continue a project aimed at upgrading schools and communal houses for teachers for the 2008-2012 period.
Vietnamese women paid less than men: report (10-3-2010)
Women get only around 87 percent of the wages men are paid in Vietnam, the United Nations Development Program has said in a report.
Most City workers back on the job after holidays (10-3-2010)
HCM CITY - Nearly 90 per cent of workers have returned to their companies in the city to work after the Lunar New Year holiday, according to Nguyen Van Xe, deputy head of the city Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (DoLISA).
500 workers receive free Tet tickets to get home (1-2-2010)
The Ho Chi Minh City Fund for Workers on Sunday (January 31) handed out 500 bus tickets for disadvantaged workers to get home for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival.
Website for Vietnamese alumni in Germany launched (10-1-2010)
A website for Vietnamese students who used to study in Germany was launched in Hanoi on Monday.
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