With the consent of the Ministry Labor of Vietnam, Vietnam Manpower Supplier – VXT Group has joined with the delegation of the Viet Nam Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs to work in Romania and signed a labor cooperation agreement between Vietnam and Romania to provide skilled labor to work in Romania.

TTO- Minister of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) Dao Ngoc Dung and Romanian Minister of Labor and Social Justice Marius Constantin Budai signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the field of labor and social security.

Image: Signing ceremony of cooperation agreement

Under this agreement, in the upcoming years, Romanian companies and businesses need tens of thousands of manpower from Viet Nam.

Vietnamese workers come to Romania to work have good working conditions, are provided free food & accommodation by employer, with a basic salary from 600 USD to 1,200 USD / month depending on each business, the contract term is 2 year (possibly extended).” The press release of the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs’ office broadcast in the afternoon of November 30th.

This Memorandum of Understanding has been effecting for 5 years, since 2018

According to MOLISA, Romania is a potential market, having a large demand for foreign workers, a profession suitable for Vietnamese workers. The salary  and incomes of worker are guaranteed and expenses low.

“At present, the demand for labor of your country is huge when the economy is growing fast, on average 5-7% / year, and Romanian laborers are moving to Western European countries to work quite a lot, leading to a serious shortage of domestic workers in industries” Minister Dao Ngoc Dung said.

Minister Dao Ngoc Dung said that he would direct the Department of Overseas Labor Administration to guide Vietnam’s labor export enterprises to select skilled workers, negotiate, sign contracts to ensure wages, working conditions, welfare regimes for employees.


Romania is in dire need of labor in the following industries: welding, construction, manufacturing, processing of agricultural products ….

In the period of 2008 – 2016, about 100 Vietnamese workers came to Romania every year to work in welding, mechanics, electricity and paint industries. In 2017, more than 1,000 Vietnamese workers went to Romania to work. In November 2018, there were nearly 2,400 Vietnamese workers to Romania to work in welding, mechanics, carpentry, iron and steel, tailors, construction, meat processing …

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