According to 56,000 people who were surveyed by the World Economic Forum (WEF), Vietnam ranks third among six ASEAN countries in terms of the proportion of young people aspiring to become entrepreneurs and business owners.

The WEF survey was designed to gather and analyze views on the future of work, skills and technology of people who are 15-35 years of age, and was conducted in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

The WEF survey asked participants, who are considered ‘Young ASEAN Citizens’ about the type of company or organization they work for today, and where they would like to work in the future. According to the survey results, ASEAN youths have a strong preference for entrepreneurship and want to work for themselves.

To find out what “Young ASEAN Citizens” think about the future of work, read this report.

ASEAN Youth – Technology, Skills and the Future of Work

According to 56,000 people who were surveyed by the World Economic Forum (WEF), Vietnam ranks third among six ASEAN countries in terms of the proportion of young people aspiring to become entrepreneurs and business owners.

The WEF survey was designed to gather and analyze views on the future of work, skills and technology of people who are 15-35 years of age, and was conducted in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

The WEF survey asked participants, who are considered ‘Young ASEAN Citizens’ about the type of company or organization they work for today, and where they would like to work in the future. According to the survey results, ASEAN youths have a strong preference for entrepreneurship and want to work for themselves.

To find out what “Young ASEAN Citizens” think about the future of work, read this report.

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This report was provided by ADB (Asian Development Bank). For more information on ADB (Asian Development Bank), visit their website at: https://www.adb.org/