The 21st century is the time for us to explore opportunities worldwide. As the world evolves, we see many available career options globally. For example, the Information Technology industry of Vietnam could use the helping hand of experienced developers from developed countries like The U.S, The U.K, etc.

That also answers the question: Are there any jobs available for foreigners in Vietnam? YES, there are. And the big YES emphasizes its statement: If you are looking to work in Vietnam, 2022 is the year.

Types of jobs and sectors hiring foreigners in Vietnam

As a developing country, Vietnam is constantly stimulating the growth of different fields. Specifically, IT/Digital Solution/Software Development, Education, and Manufacturing are the top 3 professions you may be interested in.

Firstly, Vietnam needs as much assistance in digital solutions/software development as possible. If you are well-trained in these fields, Vietnam could use a helping hand. Local software developers and digital strategists still lack experience working with international enterprises. Therefore, Vietnam needs manpower in positions like professional software developer trainers, digital marketing specialists, automation experts, etc.

Secondly, the development of education in Vietnam is the number one priority. Almost every subject, not only in public schools but also in international schools, use English as part of the mandatory curriculum. Therefore, many teaching jobs are available if you are a native English-speaking teacher.

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Thirdly, manufacturing is known as the most vital backbone of Vietnam’s economy. Such an attraction has caught the attention of businesses worldwide to relocate their factories to Vietnam. Therefore, if you have a product in mind and look forward to setting up your factory somewhere affordable, Vietnam could be a reasonable option.

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Nevertheless, if setting up a factory is not your goal, you can still work as a Quality Control Engineer, Sourcing Agent, or Business Relationship Manager.

Vietnam is ideal for freelancers as well. However, approaching this kind of career could be tricky regarding the visa requirements. To understand this matter better, you can follow the video attached below. I will explain how you could pursue your freelance career.

Requirements to work in Vietnam

It is mandatory to have a compatible visa when you come to Vietnam. Therefore, if you want to work in Vietnam, you should have a business visa or a work visa.

After that, there are a few other pieces of paperwork you must possess to work in Vietnam legally:

  • A Work Permit
  • Evidence of clean criminal background
  • A copied version of your bachelor’s degree
  • Working experience confirmation document from former employers

Salary you can expect in Vietnam

When you come to Vietnam to work, you may have a much easier life than where you started. Or at least, it works out for a lot of people. However, that does not mean you will get paid higher. Since the cost of living in Vietnam is relatively low compared to other developed countries, your salary, in most cases, is lower. How much you could make also depends on tons of other factors like the company scale, the market cap, the demand in the country, and other criteria.

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Salary foreign expats can get working in Vietnam

If you want to learn more about some job positions available in Vietnam, you can visit some job boards first to look at the potential career options you have in Vietnam or reach some expats working in the fields you are aiming for. Here are some options you can consider :

  • Vietnamworks
  • CareerBuilder
  • Careerlink
  • Linkedin
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#1 reason that can RUIN your chances to get a job in Vietnam

Many expats lack a solid professional network when moving to Vietnam. They mostly don’t know how to get started and tend to fail when they don’t understand the labor market and how to adapt to it. Are you in one of those scenarios?

  • You just arrived and do not know anyone in Vietnam yet?
  • You are still in your home country and searching for jobs for the first time in Vietnam?
  • You are looking to reach a higher position than your current one, or change your profession?

Check this step-by step resource to help you find your dream-job in Vietnam.

This is an efficient roadmap to find a job in Vietnam in 7 days. It contains the exclusive list of all companies that used to hire foreigners in Vietnam, a video training “7 days to Find a Job in Vietnam”, from an expert in recruitment based in Ho Chi Minh City as well as other resources to level up your profile in the job market.

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