ILO Country Office for Viet Nam (CO-Hanoi)
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  1. ILO Country Office for Viet Nam
    48-50 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
    Hanoi, Viet Nam
    Tel:+84 4 3734 0907
    Fax:+84 4 3734 0904

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ILO Country Office for Viet Nam (CO-Hanoi)

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2014
Labour market
Viet Nam’s latest quarterly Labour Market Update shows one in five young people aged 20-24 with a university degree is jobless.

Welcome to the ILO Country Office for Viet Nam. The ILO and its tripartite constituents – the government together with representatives of employers and workers organizations – play its role within the UN and multilateral system supporting Viet Nam’s socio-economic development. In partnership with our constituents, the ILO provides technical assistance on a range of key labour market development issues. We focus on creating more and better jobs through enterprise development, ensuring basic social services for all, and building triparatism by promoting industrial relations and social dialogue.

What's new

  1. Economic integration

    Launch of new study on labour market effects of AEC 2015

    27 August 2014

    Findings of a new study on how Viet Nam’s labour market will be affected by deeper ASEAN integration will be shared by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), in Hanoi, on Thursday 4 September.

  2. © ILO - Jashim Salam 2014

    School to work transition

    Young workers in Asia face instability and vulnerability

    27 August 2014

    A new International Labour Organization (ILO) report on the transitions of young people from education to the employment market in Asia and the Pacific, finds majority of youth in the region are either in low quality jobs or unemployed.

  3. Labour migration

    Journalists share experience in communicating labour migration

    04 August 2014

    The two-day event aims to promote safe labour migration through sharing journalists’ experience and skills in reporting the issues.

  4. © Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP 2014
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