France-Vietnam job fair to open in Ho Chi MInh City


A candidate is interviewed by a recruiting panel. - Courtesy of CCIF

HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): A job fair will serve as a bridge connecting Vietnamese, French and international companies based in Vietnam to graduates with international profiles, according to Vice President of the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIFV) Legrand Perruchot at the seventh France-Vietnam Job Fair (FVJF) in Hanoi on Saturday (May 21).

The fair moves to Ho Chi Min City in the next few days.

FVJF is an annual event that CCIFV has organised for over 10 years. It is an opportunity for international companies to promote activities in the local market and showcase their recruitment offers to qualified candidates in Hanoi and HCM City.

About 40 big names participated in the sixth job fair in 2019, offering nearly 500 jobs. Due to the pandemic it was postponed in the two following years and was rebooted in 2022, thanks to the country's reopening.

"Vietnam's population is young, educated, and eager to succeed. These highly appealing demographics are attractive to a growing number of international companies moving to the country," the vice president said.

Around 40 companies participated in the FVJF 2022 in Hanoi, offering 450 vacancies to job-seekers. The FVJF 2022 in HCM City is slated to take place on May 28.

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