Tien Phong quoted Ngo Thi Ngoc Lan from Navigos Search North as saying that demand for AI workers is on the rise but the supply is short. Many technology firms visit schools directly to look for workers or cooperate with schools to prepare human resources. Lan said because of the short supply, workers in the sector tend to change jobs regularly. A survey conducted by Navigos found that 70-80 percent of IT workers want to change jobs, while 50 percent said they would go abroad if they receive invitations from foreign companies. Sixty percent of firms in this field said the lack of qualified workers is their biggest problem, while data and fundraising are the second and third. Vietnamese firms complain that they have to compete with foreign firms which come to Vietnam to seek workers and pay very high wages. A representative of Viettel said the group has many problems that need to be solved with AI technology. As the labor force is thin, it has to visit technology schools to find excellent students, but the number of these students is ‘ modest. Some students are excellent, but their knowledge about Viettel and VIettel’s problems is still limited. The… Read full this story
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