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  •   Nguyen Thi Oanh

  •   Phung Tran My Hanh

  •   Nguyen Thi Dung

Abstract

The Industrial Revolution 4.0 has much effectiveness both positive and negative sides on labours in Thai Nguyen province; is one of the political, economic and educational centers of the Northern mountainous midland in developing countries like Vietnam. This paper examines the influencing of Industry 4.0 on labours in Industry enterprises by using secondary data. The results show that in the Industrial Revolution 4.0, labour in Thai Nguyen’s Industry enterprises had many new job opportunities, the chance improving their qualifications, skills. But the labours had many challenges such as increasing in inequality between groups of labour at different levels.

Keywords: Labour, Industry enterprises, Industrial revolution 4.0, Thai Nguyen province

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Thi Oanh, N., Tran My Hanh, P., & Thi Dung, N. (2021). The Effectiveness of Industrial Revolution 4.0 on Labours in Industry Enterprises in Thai Nguyen Province, Viet Nam. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 6(3), 129-132. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2021.6.3.840