Nguyen Thi Quyet


Vietnam in general and the Central Highlands in particular are in the process of accelerating industrialization, modernization and international integration in the context of the scientific and technological revolution that has strongly developed in the whole world. This is a favorable condition and opportunity for the Central Highlands to take advantage of the achievements of science and technology to accelerate industrialization and modernization by taking a shortcut to gain a head start. To take advantage of opportunities and overcome challenges created by globalization and international integration, it is necessary to have strong internal resources. But the first important resource is human resources, especially high-quality human resources. In this article, the author focuses on analyzing the importance of developing high-quality human resources in the Central Highlands today.

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