Civil servants depart for private sector (26-08-2008) A student at a job interview at the P2P European Joint Stock Company. According to a recent UNDP survey, most university graduates want to work in the private sector rather than becoming civil servants. — VNA/VNS Photo Truong Vi HA NOI — After working for a State-run agency in Ha Noi for nearly three years, Truong Anh Tuan decided to quit his job, so he applied for a position in a financial corporation. Tuan, like many other civil servants, found working in the public sector stifled his ambition, and he decided to move into the private sector. “I decided to quit my job after the agency passed me over for promotion, I passed the State examination to be permanently employed. However, the management board decided to promote another employee in my place,” said Tuan, “I know that employee had not passed the State exam, but the only explanation I received was that he had more experience than me.” “It often takes four to five years to get a promotion while working for a State-owned agency, however, you can get a promotion after one or two years working in a private company,” Tuan said….
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