Europe is one of the potential markets for Vietnamese workers due to high income, stable security, political and social environment, respect for human rights, ... However, every labor market Every slide has its own advantages and disadvantages. So which country to export labor in Europe?
Which country should labor be exported in Europe?
1. Advantages of going to work in Europe
++ Opportunities to improve foreign language skills: English, German, Russian, ...
++ Professional working environment
++ Good income and living conditions
When working in European countries like Germany, your salary will increase year by year, not fixed as in Japan or Korea.
1st year: labor wage falls to EUR 850 (equivalent to VND 21 million)
2nd year: Labor will receive 950 EUR (equivalent to 23 million VND)
3rd year: EUR 1050 is the salary you receive (equivalent to VND 25.3 million)
2. Restrictions when participating in labor in the European market
++ The recruitment process they set is very strict, requires professional qualifications and good English communication.
++ The East-West cultural difference, integrating with the Western lifestyle will be more difficult.
3. Which country should be exported to Europe?
++ Norwegian market
Norway is famous for being one of the places with high living standards and quality of life in the world. This place has become a dream paradise for foreign workers. Currently, the Norwegian labor market is in need of recruiting a large number of workers working in the sectors: Construction, farm, hotel and restaurant services.
However, being accepted to work in Norway is not easy. Norway is always cautious and only accepts capable and capable people to benefit their country.
Norway has a clear idea that social welfare will be a factor in creating a strong, cohesive society. Therefore, Norway has strict requirements for foreign workers. Even so, there is always a fairness between indigenous workers and foreign workers.
Unlike other labor markets, the duration of labor contracts for export to Norway is usually longer, averaging about 6 years. Once every 2 years, it will be renewed once. At the expiry of the 6-year contract, the employee may be directly signed by the employer for an extension without any additional cost.
According to the latest announcement of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Norway ranked third in the Top 10 highest wage countries in the world in 2015. So when participating in this market You will get very high wages.
For shift work, hourly work, such as hotel restaurant waiters, you can earn 10 USD per hour (~ 230,000 VND). A huge number is equal to 1 day you work in Vietnam. In addition, if working hard to work overtime, the income level is a very large number, very high salary, the average monthly income is from 2,500 - 3,000 USD / month (equivalent to 50 - 65 million VND / month).
In addition, workers are fully entitled to statutory insurance regimes such as Norwegian workers. However, the cost of a labor contract in Norway within 6 years is not small, about 18,000 USD (about 390 million).
++ Danish market
Like Norway, Denmark is known to pay very high wages to foreign workers. According to current regulations, the basic salary paid to foreign workers is about 220,000 DKK / year (equivalent to USD 32,000 / year). That is about VND 60 million / month, 1.3 times higher than Vietnam's per capita income in 2015 (VND 45 million). It can be said that this is an extremely attractive market for young Vietnamese intellectuals who want to explore the experience.
However, Denmark mainly receives high quality labor. Currently, this market is in need of recruiting a large number of workers in industries such as finance, banking, hotel - tourism, road, automation, accounting .... Accordingly, the labor force must have at least a college degree or higher, graduate in specialized fields in management, marketing, finance, chemicals ... good English, computer literacy ..
The cost to go to work in Denmark is not low either. A 5-year labor contract in Denmark costs about $ 15,000 (nearly 335 million VND). This amount includes: service fee, work permit, resident visa, air ticket ... But if working hard overtime, after about 6 months, the employee can recover the initial amount let go.
++ Italian market
Italy is also a country in need of large and diverse labor, both unskilled and skilled workers. Particularly, skilled workers require workers to be highly skilled and experienced. What is special about the Italian market is that the labor contract will last for 3 years, but if done well, the employer can guarantee for a stay of up to 6 years. If the 6-year period ends, the employer can continue to sponsor to stay until the employee is 50 years old or longer.
Besides, after 6 years of working, the employer can guarantee that workers can bring both their spouses or children to Italy to live and work. The Italian people are very friendly, they have a special affection for Asian workers because of their hard work.
The basic salary for foreign workers in Italy is quite high. For unskilled workers can range from 300 to 1,000 Euro / person
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