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Tại sao đất nước Hàn Quốc thu hút người Việt?

Nhắc tới Hàn Quốc hầu như ai cũng biết , đây là đất nước phát triển thuộc top hàng đầu châu Á song song với Nhật Bản. Trong những năm gần đây số lượng lao động và học sinh đăng ký đi sang nước này làm việc và học tập đang ngày một tăng. Với môi trường sống hiện đại kinh tế phát triển thì không có gì lạ khi Hàn Quốc luôn thu hút người nước ngoài tới. So với VN thì đồng tiền Hàn Quốc cũng có giá trị cao hơn, chúng ta hãy cùng xem 1 tỷ won bằng bao nhiêu tiền Việt nhé. Các bạn trẻ sang Hàn Quốc với chương trình du học tự túc hay đi theo học bổng đều có những ưu nhược điểm riêng, trường học tại đây có chất lượng giáo dục hàng đầu nên đây là cơ hội tuyệt vời cho những ai yêu thích xứ sở kim chi.
Ngược lại với chương trình du học, XKLD Hàn Quốc lại đang bị hạn chế vì luật quy định của quốc gia này sau khi tình trạng lao động Việt bỏ trốn quá nhiều. Chúng ta đều biết xuất khẩu lao động Mỹ lương cao nhưng không đi được cho nên đi làm việc tại HQ hay Nhật là sự lựa chọn tốt nhất cho người lao động Việt.
Hàn Quốc không chỉ có nền giáo dục tiên tiến có nhiều trường Đại học lọt tốp đầu Châu Á và thế giới, tới đây du học sinh được tiếp cậnđời sống văn hóa đa dạng phong phú, học tập và trải nghiệm môi trường sống hiện đại.
Hàn Quốc cũng có nhiều phong cảnh đẹp, thu hút khách tham quan du lịch từ các nước.
Thu nhập 1 tháng tại quốc gia này cũng cao gấp nhiều lần so với tại VN. Đây cũng là một trong những lý do người lao động Việt mong muốn sang đây làm việc.
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