A woman works at a furniture factory in Hanoi. Photo by Reuters/Kham 86 percent of garment workers could lose their jobs in the coming decades, according to the International Labor Organization.
Vietnam’s workforce is made up largely of untrained and low-skilled workers who are at high risk of being replaced by automation and robots in the near future, labor experts said at a conference in Hanoi on Tuesday.
Dao Hong Lan, vice minister of labor, said Vietnam currently has 54.36 million workers but nearly 80 percent of them have not received any training or degrees for their jobs.The country’s […]
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