Work in Vietnam

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Vietnam.

Work in Vietnam

To be allowed to work in Vietnam for up to three months, it is important for an expatriate to obtain a professional or a business visa. Thereafter, you will have to get a longer-term work permit. In this article, you will find an overview of the employment procedures in the country.

The Vietnamese labour market is not always particularly open to foreigners; however, it is possible for an expatriate ...

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is the economic capital of the country. This relatively modern city has a ...

Vietnam’s bustling capital city offers a unique quality of life and it is no wonder the city attracts thousands ...

The primary industrial products in Da Nang are varied, comprising of seafood, textiles, footwear, engineering, building ...

Might you be looking for a job in Hai Phong? The northern city offers a number of job opportunities in various sectors.

The city of Nha Trang, located in the province of Khanh Hoa, predominantly thrives off tourism. In recent times the ...

Located around halfway down the length of Vietnam, Hue is full of natural resources and work opportunities. Jobs in ...

With its unique location and slower pace of life, it’s no wonder the charming town of Hoi An is an increasingly ...

Interning can be a wonderful eye-opening way to experience a new country, culture, and work climate in your profession ...

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Hello Saigon

I am Lyra from the Philippines. We moved to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 2009. My husband’s company set up their site ...