Vietnam is becoming an extremely desirable place in which to live and work. A recent article on the inseasia.com website cited just 10 of these reasons. Covering everything from the weather to the food and working and living conditions to the local people, it demonstrated why the country is not only desirable to employees looking to broaden their experience but also from a company’s point of view.
Companies are relocating to Vietnam in ever increasing numbers. There is a large almost untapped supply of skilled young people eager to work in all fields. Many industries are growing rapidly here and the expansion is making it one of the best performing countries in Asia.
The combination of low cost living, high salaries and excellent living and working conditions stands out from the article as major driving factors in the country’s allure. It certainly is a great place to live and people moving here are often shocked at the modernity of the city. Rural areas remain as they have been for centuries, but the cities are modern in every aspect. It makes for an extremely interesting way of life.
To read the full article on Inseasia.com, click here.
About the Author
Following a highly successful 25-year career as a singer/songwriter and musician, Keith pulled out of the rat race and moved to Southeast Asia in 2008. First living in Thailand, he moved to Cambodia and then relocated to Ho Chi Minh City in early 2013.
Keith has had work published in magazines and websites in the UK, Europe, USA, Australia and Asia. He has written for the BBC and has appeared on TV and radio in many different countries. His great loves are music and travel, but he writes on a whole range of subjects.