Employment Issues among Ethnic Minorities: The Case of Vietnam
Keywords:ethnic minorities (ethnic minorities), ethnic minorities (DTTSRIN), employment (JO), labor (LA).
Labor and employment issues, especially among ethnic minorities (ethnic minorities), are always considered to be the most important task in our Party and State guidelines and guidelines. In order to achieve the goal of sustainable development, employment policies are evaluated as the basic solution. Currently, the gap between rich and poor as well as social differentiation between ethnic minorities and ethnic minorities (ethnic minorities) (16 ethnic groups) residing in rural and mountainous areas compared to the country is quite large; The main reason is due to the underemployment of ethnic minority groups, which provides stable income, the main field of employment in agriculture and forestry. The study focused on investigating the Chut ethnic group, Quang Binh province and the O Du ethnic group, Nghe An province. By analyzing and synthesizing materials used in the research, on the basis of secondary and primary data sources, the author analyzes the situation and causes of the underemployment among ethnic minorities currently.
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