Korean enterprises recruit Vietnamese young talent candidates

Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and Korean Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City co-organized Korea – Vietnam Job Fair on December 5.

Korean enterprises test ability and work experience of Vietnamese candidates (Photo:SGGP)

Attending this year’s fair was 45 Korea’s leading firms such as Hyosung, STX, Lotte Mart, Daewoo International, Korea United Pharmaceutical and others.

Through the event, Korean investors want to seek Vietnamese young talent candidates.

Many Korean businessmen has invested into Vietnam’s textile industry, thus they want to recruit qualified Vietnamese candidates in the fields of production, business and personnel management, marketing, interpretation and strategic planning.

Total recruitment demand is around 180 positions with high requirements such as work experience and internship progress, qualifications, soft skills and two foreign languages (Korean and English).

Recently, the recruitment demand for Vietnamese young talents has increased rapidly belongs to trade and investment relations between two countries.  Particularly, series of Korean enterprises’ large –scale projects have been licensed in Vietnam such as Samsung, LG Electronics, affirmed KOTRA.

In October, 2014, Vietnam attracted 544 investment projects from Korean enterprises, with total capital of US$ 3, 6 billion. Until now, more than 700,000 Vietnamese employees have worked for Korean enterprises.

This is the second time that Korea – Vietnam Job Fair was kicked off Ho Chi Minh City with aiming to create chance for Vietnamese youths to seek suitable jobs and help Korean enterprises and Vietnamese exchange partners.

By staff writer- Translated by Huyen Huong

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