In order to evaluate the working skills at FDI businesses in the manufacturing and processing industry and forecast the skilled workforce demand in the coming three years (2021-2023), ManpowerGroup Vietnam has cooperated with the Institute of Labor and Social Affairs, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, to conduct the survey on 200 FDI businesses. The surveyed businesses are from 6 industries, namely motorbike/automobile assembling; electronics; textile; leather and footwear; food and beverage; chemicals/interior decoration. These companies are located in 6 provinces and cities with high foreign investment attraction: Bac Ninh, Hanoi, Hai Duong, Danang, Binh Duong and Ho Chi Minh city.
The survey results are aimed at improving the skills gap in the manufacturing and processing industry to contribute to the economic growth demands and attract foreign investments into Vietnam.
Level of technological application at FDI businesses in the manufacturing and processing industry
Top roles hardest to recruit at FDI enterprises due to technological evolution
Level of importance of technical and soft skills by FDI Manufacturing employers
The demand for skilled workforce at FDI businesses in 2021-2023 period
Suggestions to build sustainable skill future for Vietnamese Manufacturing workforce in 2021-2023 period