Unemployment rate by region in 2005-2010 15:29 | 19/11/2013
VGP – Unemployment rate by region dropped gradually in every region over the five-year period.  
Unemployment rate in 2005-2010 period 13:38 | 19/11/2013
VGP – The unemployment rate of labor force in working age declined constantly in the 2005-2010 period from 5.31% to 4.29%.
Percentages of trained employed workers by sex and residence 14:50 | 11/11/2013
VGP – The percentage of trained employed workers constantly increased from 10.3% to 14.8% in 2000-2009 but fell slightly to 14.6% in 2010.   
Employed population by kinds of economic activity 14:05 | 11/11/2013
VGP – In 2005-2010, three sectors of agriculture, forestry and fishing; manufacturing; and whole sale and retail trade recruited the largest number of employed population.  
Employed population by types of ownership 13:28 | 11/11/2013

VGP – In the 2005-2010 period, non-state ownership employed the biggest number of working-age population. The employed population reached nearly 50 million in 2010.

Labor force at 15 years of age and above 08:20 | 25/10/2013
VGP – The number of labor force at 15 years of age and above increased from over 38 million in 2000 to 50 million in 2010. Meanwhile, male and rural residents were higher than female and urban ones.  
CBR and CDR in 2000-2010 07:10 | 25/10/2013
VGP – The crude birth rate was down from 18.6‰ in 2001 to 17.1‰ in 2010. Meanwhile, the natural increase rate declined to 10.3‰ from 13.5‰ in 2001.
How average population by residence changes in 2000-2010 09:05 | 02/10/2013
VGP - The percentage of population living in urban areas increased to 30.50% in 2010 from 24.12% in 2000, according to official statistics.
Some indicators of population within 2000-2010 09:22 | 26/09/2013
VGP - Viet Nam's male population growth decreased from 1.34% in 2000 to 1.09% ten years later while the female figure fell deeper from 1.36% to 1.02%.
Structure of population by gender from 2000-2010 08:44 | 26/09/2013
VGP – The structure of Vietnamese population by gender was quite stable in the 2000-2010 period, according to the General Statistics Office.
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