During the Covid-19 pandemic, what are the recruitment needs of the economic, banking and legal industries?

How does the Covid-19 pandemic affect the recruitment needs of the economy, banking and legal industries?

Are there many opportunities for students to graduate from these majors? How does changing technology affect training in this industry?

On March 4th, in the “Choose Future Major” online enrollment consultation project held in Qing’s annual report, experts provided in-depth answers to related questions in the fields of economy, banking, and law.

High demand
Duy Tan University Vice President Vo Thanh Hai said that this is an industry where a large number of candidates apply for admission every year. Most schools have admissions for this major. At present, the total number of students (students) in schools nationwide is about 1.7 million; among them, economics, law and banking account for 18.35 percent.

“Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, will candidates who choose to study this major be affected in their future work? Following the general trend of the world, after the crisis, the economic development is very strong. After the epidemic, take this cycle to study this major. Students in the future 3- It is very likely to recover and develop economically within 4 years.” Dr. Hai said.

Use this opportunity
But in order to seize the opportunity, in the view of Master Tai, human resources users always desire human resources, but they must be high-quality talents. In other words, the personnel are knowledgeable and flexible, especially the attitude of being on call at all times. Therefore, students need to hone their skills and attitudes to meet recruitment needs.

Master Pei Wentai, deputy dean of the School of Business Administration of Ruan Dacheng University, said that in the field of university economics, more than 95% of students find a job within 6 months, and some fields are very high. compared to. For example, 98% of business management, 100% of human resource management. “In order to help students find jobs, the school focuses on supporting students during their studies. Starting from the first year, they can enter the company, get professional internship opportunities in the second year, and graduate from practice in the third year…”, Thai Sharing master.

At Ho Chi Minh City University of Food Industry, Master Hoang Thi Thoa said that the employment rate of students is 98%. “In addition to professional knowledge, the school has also strengthened students’ business experience activities. The school invests in practical systems in the economic field, especially the trading floor simulation center. The accounting and auditing software system is regularly updated, and experts and entrepreneurs are invited to accompany. Training and guidance Student”, Master Thoa said.

Change the training to fit
Dr. Ha Thuc Vien also said that in the new economy, online working methods will continue to develop. Therefore, learners need to have technical skills. In addition, foreign languages will always be indispensable in the current and future economy. Therefore, the Covid-19 pandemic has also caused schools to change the way they train in economics, banking and law.

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