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More than 42.800 labourers sent to work abroad in 9 months


According to the Department of Overseas Labour (under Ministry of Labour-Invalids and Social Affairs), the total number of employees going to work abroad in September 2021 is 776 (18 female employees) and equal to 22.12% over the same period last year (September 2020, the total number of Vietnamese workers going to work abroad was 3,508).

The labour export markets include: Japan: 121 workers (06 female employees); Taiwan: 15 male workers; Hungary: 117 employees (06 female employees); Romania: 28 employees (02 female employees); China: 281 male workers; Serbia: 28 male workers; Korea: 48 male workers; Singapore: 86 male workers and other markets.
Thus, in the first nine months of 2021, the total number of Vietnamese workers going to work abroad is 42,818 (14,982 female employees) reaching 47.57% of the 2021 plan and equals 99.95% compared to the same period last year (first 9 months of 2020, the total number of Vietnamese workers working abroad was 42,837).
The markets attracted large numbers of Vietnamese workers included: Taiwan: 19,350 employees (6,486 female employees), Japan: 19,051 employees (8,235 female employees), China: 1,425 employees (01 female employees), South Korea: 702 employees (01 female employee), Romania: 609 employees (81 female employees), Singapore: 454 male employees, Hungary: 403 employees (98 female employees) and other markets.
In 2021, Vietnam goals to send 90,000 Vietnamese workers to work abroad, focusing on high-income and stable markets.
Last year, more than 78.6 thousand workers were sent to work abroad, including more than 28.7 thousand female workers./.