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Vietnam / Mekong delta short of skilled workers

Vietnam’s tourism experts say a lack of skilled workers will hinder tourism development in the Mekong River delta and cause the region to lag behind other areas of the country.

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s southern office acting director, Le Van Hung, told local media that the delta was one of the country’s most popular tourism destination, but a shortage of workers and skilled personnel would deter further expansion.

“Today, the region has only one training facility that supplies personnel for the tourism sector. Some divisions in Can Tho and An Giang Universities also contribute in a small measure.”

In 2012, around 23,500 people worked in tourism in 13 provinces in the Mekong Delta.

It is predicted that the region will need around 207,000 trained personnel by 2020.

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via Mekong delta short of skilled workers : TTR Weekly.

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