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Textile industry: problem of human resources

Topping the country of export, however, in the context of deeper integration into the world economy, the textile industry is a lack of high technical manpower.

According to experts, the textile group tends to shift from Eastern Europe, Central America and South America to Asia, because Asia is having advantages in cost and labor.

With the goal into the top 5 largest textile exporter in the world, to train high-quality human resources should be treated as urgent solutions. However, in practice, the problem of labor shortages persists in forcing enterprises to improve production processes, research applies modern technology to reduce the pressure on labor. According to the Vietnam Textile Group, a concern of many textiles today is not no orders, which are not enough workers to perform order signed. Besides, due to labor requirements increase, so the ability to meet the educational institutions have not kept pace. That leads to the labor struggle.

Statistics show that as of now, the Viet Nam textile industry has about 2.5 million employees, is expected to 2025 the number of employees will increase to 5 million. Increasing labor demand for the textile sector in 2015 approximately 19,500 employees, until 2020 about 20,250 workers, including increased demand for engineers, technicians and designers respectively 500 and 1,000 people. Currently, manpower recruitment needs of textile businesses tend to require higher qualifications, reducing the number of untrained labor.In addition to professional skills, business also required experience, communication skills, find partners, foreign language skills, especially in management positions as head of planning, order management.

Early solve the problems mentioned above, hopefully next time the textile industry will overcome labor shortages to sustainable development.

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