According to at least one recent survey, very few people are actually concerned that their jobs are under threat from further automation. Photo: Shutterstock As businesses and governments in Vietnam scramble to recover from the pandemic, digital transformation is more crucial than ever. The world of work and employment markets have been going through a profound shift to virtual, from remote working, webinars, online advertising, and entertainment to e-payments. Adrien Bizouard, country manager of Robert Walters Vietnam, said that industries that have taken the lead in digital transformation include financial services and insurance companies, largely driven by the penetration of fintech companies. Fast-moving and standard consumer goods are the next sectors where companies will implement e-commerce platforms or introduce omnichannel transformation, using both online and offline channels. An example would be Decathlon, a sports company which first opened online retail in Vietnam and only later opened a physical store. This shows how interesting the retail ecosystem can be – going from online to offline, even though it is usually the other way around. "We do not see any impact on the traditional jobs (offline jobs), however, we see more digital jobs being created. They need to co-exist and collaborate. We… Read full this story
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