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Are you looking to return home?

We are a specialist global recruiter with over 40 years of experience. Our Về Nhà Đi Thôi campaign has a specific aim to connect skilled, overseas Vietnamese with job opportunities locally.
No matter your reason for coming home, we are here to help. 85% of our consultants based in Ho Chi Minh are returnees themselves who understand your needs and can facilitate a successful match with Vietnam's biggest brands across growth industries.
Get started with your move home by contacting us. Returnees who have settled back in Vietnam can also apply.
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Why are Vietnamese returning home?

Contribute knowledge and skills in new areas of growth

Be closer to their aged 
parents and family

Build capability in 
Vietnam economy

Tamara Boonstra

Your Đi để trở về partners:

Huyen Ly

Find out more about opportunities in Vietnam
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Skills in demand

Business Intelligence & Data Science
HR Business 
Supply Chain

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In demand

Spike in CXO positions in both local conglomerates and MNCs across various functions.

For returnees immigrating back home, companies are typically willing to pay 20% salary premium.

Premium salary

Stakeholder management skills gained overseas will have strong advantage due to lack of such expertise in local talent pool.

Skills advantage

Career growth

Great opportunity to grow career in consumer products and manufacturing industry as Vietnam becomes key market for global MNCs.

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Get matched to suitable jobs back home

15-20% salary increase for moving jobs within the same function
Employers interview between 3-6 candidates before making an offer

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