Vietnam's labour exports in the international integration

Nguyễn Mai Như Cẩm
Can Tho University - Việt Nam

VIETNAM’S LABOUR EXPORTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATION

I. INTRODUCTION:
-
The young Vietnamese population has been the potential
labour force in almost fields, including labour export activities.
- In the international integration, exporting 
labours has obviously contributed to solving the huge amount of unemployed in Vietnam and played a vital role in strengthening our economic development.
II. VIETNAM’S LABOUR EXPORTS:
     1. Definition:
- Vietnam’s
labour export to other countries serves the demand of shortage workers in foreign markets.
- Over 37 years, many significant changes are recorded in the quantity and the major markets of Vietnamese      
     2. The changes in the number of workers and markets:

          2.1. The period from 1980 to before 2000:
Vietnam’s labour export activities are noted to begin from the 1980s in the form of labour cooperation with some Socialist countries only.
         2.2. The recent period:
Labour export markets have been widened to many countries, especially developed countries such as the United States of America, German, Canada, Japan, ect.  
     3. Opportunities of labour exports:
- Reducing the amount of unemployment.
- Increasing the amount of foreign exchange for our economy.
- An opportunity for approaching advanced technology.
     4. Challenges of labour exports:
- A low level of education and workmanship.
- Low money/exploitation.
- The language barrier.
     5. Solutions:
          5.1. The government:

- S
eriously controlling the number of overseas workers.
- Opening more short-term and long-term courses to educate labours
        5.2.Labours:
- B
e self-disciplined.
- Be awareness.
III. CONCLUSION:
- There are both benefits and barriers for migrant labours.

 

          

 

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