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How to find a job in Hanoi

To find a job in Hanoi, do your research, network with people around you, and apply for jobs online and in person. You can start with Vietnamworks and Việc làm tại Hà Nội. Everyone who wants to find a job in Hanoi needs to look for a job in Hanoi. You can look for recruitment agencies in Hanoi. You can look for jobs in Hanoi on Facebook groups.

Once you find a job, you may need a work permit. You can do this from abroad or in Hanoi. Vietnamese citizens and residents do not need a work permit to find a job. In most cases, every other nationality wants to apply for a work permit to work with regular documents. You can do this together with your new employer or employment agency. Or you can find a work visa scheme to come to Hanoi without a job offer. Read more below on how to find a job in Hanoi.

Find a job first, and then worry about a work visa or permit if you need it.

How to look for a job in Hanoi

You can find a job in Hanoi by looking online for job opportunities. You can find a job with a company or a recruitment agency.

Vietnamese citizens and residents do not need a work permit to find a job. In most cases, every other nationality wants to apply for a work permit to work with regular documents.

The websites linked in this article are in English or Vietnamese. If you need to, use Google Translate or another translation app.

Job websites in Hanoi

To look for a job, start with search engines like Baidu, Google, Naver, Sogou, or Yandex. For example, search “construction worker in Hanoi” or “kitchen supervisor in Hanoi” and read through all the relevant results pages..

Try different job websites until you find what you’re looking for. You can also look for organizations that may have job openings, like “retail in Hanoi” or “mall in Hanoi.”

Many job websites can help you find work in Hanoi.  Some of them are focused on specific professions and industries.

Search for a job on these popular job websites below:

hanoijob vn

Vietnamworks

Topcv vn

Tim viec

JobsGo

The Guardian Jobs

Indeed

Linkedin

Vieclam24h

Careerbuilder vn

Careerlink vn

Jobstreet vn

Post job free

Careerjet vn

Facebook groups and other social media to find a job in Hanoi

Facebook groups can help you connect with people about jobs in Hanoi. I found these groups. You can look for more.

Việc làm tại Hà Nội

Việc Tìm Người – Người Tìm Việc Hà Nội ✅

Tìm Việc Làm Lao Động Phổ Thông Tại Hà Nội

VIỆC LÀM THỜI VỤ TẠI HÀ NỘI

Tuyển dụng – Tìm việc làm lương cao tại Hà Nội

Hanoijob.vn – Việc làm Hà Nội

Hanoi Massive Jobs & Opportunities

Hanoi Massive Jobs

Recruitment agencies in Hanoi

Google Maps, Baidu Maps, Naver Maps, 2GIS, or any other map app can help you find recruitment agencies near you or abroad.

You can look up a recruitment agency that can help you. Type “recruitment agency in Hanoi” on Google Maps or any other map app. You’ll find a list of relevant agencies you can contact. If you are out of Hanoi or Vietnam, search your city or area for international recruitment agencies. They can help you find a job in Hanoi.

In most cases, you should not pay an agency when they find you a job. When an agency asks you for money, ask them what it is for.

Ask around you for jobs in Hanoi

To find a job in Hanoi, speak with anyone who may have traveled or worked there. Some of your friends or family may know someone who can help you. Ask around and find opportunities among your contacts.

You can contact any company or organization that may offer job opportunities in Hanoi. Below is, for example, a Google Maps search for “factory near Hanoi”, where you find the contacts of some factories in Hanoi.

Walk around anywhere in Hanoi for possible jobs

If you are in Hanoi, you can explore the area and look for job opportunities. You can also visit organizations and businesses. For example, below is a search on Google Maps for ‘market near Hanoi’. You can visit these places and ask about job opportunities.


You can also read

How to find a job in Vietnam

How to find a job in Ho Chi Minh City


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