Pham Phuong Anh


The issue of developing the human resources of ethnic minorities in Dak Lak province initially gains some remarkable achievements thanks to Vietnamese government’s consideration. However, there are still several limitations such as low quality of human resources, unreasonable and inefficient exploitation and use of trained ethnic human resources. To meet the requirements of the current national renovation, human resources of ethnic minorities need to be paid more attention and invested. On the other hand, the human resources of ethnic minorities must constantly renew themselves. They have to be more proactive in apprenticeship, explore the labor market, look for jobs and form their industrial working style; they also need to avoid dependence, passivity, self-reliance and should not rely on the government as they used to. Through this article, we hope that it will make contribution to overcoming those limitations in the future.


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