Labor market development strategy. Hanoi to 2030 has just been approved by the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi's promulgation shows that the target is quite ambitious.

Specifically, City. Hanoi sets a target that the proportion of trained workers will reach 75-80%, of which vocationally trained workers with degrees and certificates will reach 55-60% by 2025 and over 60% by 2030 (every year). years of vocational training for 230,000 turns of people). The proportion of workers with information technology skills will reach 80% by 2025 and 90% by 2030.

The city also strives to maintain the overall unemployment rate at a low level of less than 2.5%, the urban unemployment rate below 3%. The proportion of laborers working in agriculture will be less than 30% by 2025 and less than 20% by 3030.

Regarding job creation for youth, Hanoi strives that by 2025, 100% of young people will have access to information on careers and employment; By 2025, 85% of young people in the labor force will receive vocational education and skills to adapt and integrate into the domestic and international labor market.

In the long term, the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi sets a target in the period 2026-2030, managing and exploiting the database on labor, connecting and sharing data with information systems, national databases and other provinces. .

By 2030, the labor market information system of the city. Hanoi is modernized, data is connected across regions across the country, and connections are expanded with countries in the ASEAN region, especially in some countries that are the main labor markets of Vietnam.

In order to achieve the above goals, the city will focus on reviewing and recommending amendments to relevant legal documents on labor supply and demand, and labor supply-demand connection to conform to regulations. labor market laws, international conventions and standards that have been ratified by Vietnam and are consistent with the legitimate and legitimate interests of employees and employers.

Hanoi also develops a specific mechanism and implements programs and projects to support job creation and participation in the labor market for specific labor groups (disabled people; ethnic minority workers). numbers; workers in rural areas; students, new graduates from universities and the system of vocational education institutions).

In addition, Hanoi will support the development of labor supply and demand, build and provide training programs, fostering vocational skills before going to work for new graduates; training programs to improve skills for employees in the working process suitable to the specific characteristics of each employee; encourage employers to participate in the process of education, training, and vocational education.

In addition, the city also supports the development of a labor market information system, connecting labor supply and demand, deploying solutions to digitize and update data on employees; centralized data storage and management, regional and central connection; there is a connection, sharing with the database of population, business registration, social insurance ...