The impact of moving Vietnamese workers to work in abroad (Section 3)

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Negative impact or trade-off

Moving Vietnamese workers to work abroad has an impact on economic growth and development as stated. However, if we consider its impact on each target group, we can easily see some unexpected effects:

Firstly, women who go to work abroad do not implement the familial care role.
According to Eastern tradition, Vietnamese women have an extremely important position of being a wife, mother, and family. Most women go to work abroad from the age of 20 – 45, this is the time when women have a high demand to carry out their vocation, on the other hand, families and husbands and children also crave hard work. squirrel, parenting of women.

In fact, most families with wives working abroad, their children often show a lack of maternal love, their husbands also exhibit the unbalanced state of mind and birth. physical. Many families when the wife goes to work abroad, the husband at home goes to adultery or consumes luxuriously the money sent by his wife, or goes to other social evils.

Thus, the woman who goes to work abroad is a trade-off between the income of the wife and the mother in life, and she and her family have the highest demand for such a vocation.

Secondly, workers who go to work abroad are mentally vulnerable due to discrimination.
Countries in the world have immigration laws, residency laws, and labor laws that protect the rights of their citizens. Therefore, foreign workers do not enjoy the same rights as citizens of the host country. This situation makes workers self-sufficient, self-contained, easy to cause stress.
Workers themselves, due to their limited foreign language skills, should have difficulties in understanding and observing laws in the host countries. They are easy to violate the laws of the host country and do not know how to apply local laws to protect their legal rights and interests.


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