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Vietnam ranks low in global talent index as education underperforms
February 12, 2015


Vietnam has been ranked 75 among 93 countries in the Global Talent Competitiveness Index, which measures a nation’s performance based on the quality of talent it can produce, attract and retain.

According to the new study, Vietnam scores relatively high in global knowledge skills despite its low performance in developing the country’s own talent via formal education.


The study, which focuses on the theme of “growing talent for today and tomorrow”, was produced by INSEAD, an business school, in collaboration with the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore and Swiss human resources company Adecco.

“As the economy is recovering, firms both local and international in Vietnam are in need of skills,” said Nicola Connolly, country manager of Adecco Vietnam and chairwoman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham).

“Even though the talent pool is not large, Vietnam is good at employing its existing talent and higher skills in innovation activities and entrepreneurship.

“However, its key challenge lies in growing new talent, as Vietnam does not perform well in terms of formal education and lifelong learning, thus creating a wider skill gaps moving forward,” Connolly said.

Vietnam was ranked 82 among 103 countries in the previous study.

This year Switzerland has topped the list, followed by Singapore and Luxembourg.

The 93 surveyed countries represent 83.8 percent of the world’s population and 96.2 percent of the world’s gross domestic product.

Vietnam ranks low in global talent index as education underperforms — Vietnam Breaking News
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Not surprised. Look at PDF's Vietnamese posters and you can see why.
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AUSTERLITZ

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Pakistan ranks 54 out of 60 economies in the Global Talent Index

Last year,looks like ur post is a indirect insult to pakistani forumers too.:coffee:
One should never take these rankings too seriously,in most of our poor countries most people don't have access to education or basic oppurtunities..they are fighting for bare survival..how are they supposed to show talent under such circumstances?How can they be ranked by talent if they don't have any oppurtunities to show talent?So its just a basic overview.
 

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I do not give much credence these sort of indexes. They are very biased and subjective.

Nonetheless, there is not surprise in that Vietnam fares better than India.
 

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I do not give much credence these sort of indexes. They are very biased and subjective.

Nonetheless, there is not surprise in that Vietnam fares better than India.
I agree, China education is 3 times better than Malaysia. "A" grade student in Malaysia would score B or C in China. Meet with a shanghai expat, he got gaokao scholarship. I can assure you, his mind is extremely agile. Not sure why he in the finance/management. Ultimately he resign despite his capability, he got salary way lower then us. Bias do exist.

This ranking is funny.
 

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Vietnam ranks low in global talent index as education underperforms
February 12, 2015


Vietnam has been ranked 75 among 93 countries in the Global Talent Competitiveness Index, which measures a nation’s performance based on the quality of talent it can produce, attract and retain.

According to the new study, Vietnam scores relatively high in global knowledge skills despite its low performance in developing the country’s own talent via formal education.


The study, which focuses on the theme of “growing talent for today and tomorrow”, was produced by INSEAD, an business school, in collaboration with the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore and Swiss human resources company Adecco.

“As the economy is recovering, firms both local and international in Vietnam are in need of skills,” said Nicola Connolly, country manager of Adecco Vietnam and chairwoman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham).

“Even though the talent pool is not large, Vietnam is good at employing its existing talent and higher skills in innovation activities and entrepreneurship.

“However, its key challenge lies in growing new talent, as Vietnam does not perform well in terms of formal education and lifelong learning, thus creating a wider skill gaps moving forward,” Connolly said.

Vietnam was ranked 82 among 103 countries in the previous study.

This year Switzerland has topped the list, followed by Singapore and Luxembourg.

The 93 surveyed countries represent 83.8 percent of the world’s population and 96.2 percent of the world’s gross domestic product.

Vietnam ranks low in global talent index as education underperforms — Vietnam Breaking News
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Not surprised. Look at PDF's Vietnamese posters and you can see why.
:coffee:
Congrat to your first thread. By the way, where are you from again?
 

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See, i was not talking about IQ stuffs.Viets have no idea about EQ at all, which quite makes sense and i'm getting a further understanding now.
GO report and get this post deleted too, u fragile heart.
 

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