Job Exchange Floor for Japanese businesses opened in HCMC

The Job Exchange Floor for Japanese businesses took place for the first time in Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City on November 22.

A Japanese semiconductor component plant in Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone, HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

Thirty Japanese businesses from HCMC and neighboring provinces attended to recruit nearly 1,000 employees in fields of Japanese translators and interpreters, mechanics, electricity and electronics, industrial electricity, environment and information technology.

Candidates are required to know Japanese, have high qualifications and experiences and be apprentices in Japan. Those used to work in Japanese companies and attend refresher courses in Japan will have an advantage.

Salary swings from US$300-500 (VND6-10 million) a month.

Every year Vietnam sees 7,000-9,000 people attending in three-year refresher courses in Japan. After returning home, only half of them have worked in their trained majors.

By Duong Loan – Translated by Hai Mien

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