NOTE: And on a lighter note... (Just kidding!) This post has absolutely nothing to do with international education or Viet Nam. It's about just one of the many things that's wrong with the US economy, meaning the entire society - back in the day and now more than ever. The following vignettes were learning experiences … Continue reading Working for The Man
“Young, educated, unemployed: Vietnamese graduates struggle to find jobs”
“How can I have experience just after graduating from university? No firm wants to recruit an employee with little experience like me,” Nguyen Thuy Hang, 22, said while looking for accounting jobs on a jobs site. The Hanoi National Economics University graduate has sent out CVs to dozens of local and foreign-owned companies, but only … Continue reading “Young, educated, unemployed: Vietnamese graduates struggle to find jobs”
“Vietnam: Graduate unemployment and ‘over-education’ rising” by Hiep Pham
Reposted from the 13 July 2013 edition of University World News. As a new batch of graduates emerged from Vietnam’s universities in recent weeks, the country was facing twin problems of increasing unemployment among young people and a phenomenon of ‘over-education’ – graduates who fail to find jobs that use their skills. By October last … Continue reading “Vietnam: Graduate unemployment and ‘over-education’ rising” by Hiep Pham
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