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Vietnam's seafood production

Achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including the young and disabled, and equal pay for work of equal value.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Jobs Centers: Provide resources, training, and support to help community members find employment that offers fair wages and decent working conditions.

  2. Worker Cooperatives: Emphasize democratic decision-making and equitable distribution of profits while creating sustainable and fair employment.

  3. Labor Unions: Negotiate fair wages, safe working conditions, and employment contracts for their members, contributing to broader community well-being.

  4. Job Training and Placement Programs: Offer training programs and assistance with job placement to help individuals develop skills and access employment opportunities.

  5. Equal Pay Advocacy Groups: Address gender-based pay disparities at the local level, advocating for equal pay for equal work.

  6. Community Economic Development Corporations: Improve economic opportunities within specific neighborhoods, including efforts to create jobs, support local businesses, and enhance overall economic well-being.

  7. Local Chambers of Commerce: Foster economic development in their communities, including initiatives to promote full employment and fair labor practices.

  8. Community-based Nonprofit Organizations: Focus on workforce development, economic empowerment, and social justice, which contribute to the goal of full employment and decent work.

  9. Entrepreneurship Support Organizations: Support local entrepreneurs and small businesses that contribute to job creation and economic development in the community.

  10. Community Advocacy Groups: Advocate for social and economic justice may address issues related to full employment, decent work, and equal pay within the local context.

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