EMPLOYMENT AT TAN AN ISLET, CA MAU PROVINCE, VIETNAM

Pham Hung Nhan

Abstract


Tan An, an islet in the Ca Mau province, is located on the historic Hon Khoai island, which serves as the nation's southernmost outpost. The economic condition of the residents there is quite poor, with employment being the most urgent issue. Because this location is crucial for national marine strategies, the paper hopes to contribute to providing the necessary knowledge for those who propose socio-economic development plans for the local economy and national defense.

 

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Tan An, Ca Mau, islet, employment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v8i1.1331

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