The text of the female student’s sharing line is as follows: “Brothers and sisters, is it true that after graduating from school, the salary of 7 million? I’m in my freshman year, about to enter my 2nd year of college. My academic strength is also average, but I think that after graduating, I will have a higher salary than other schools.
Suddenly, people say that after graduating from school, the salary is only 7-8 million but I feel so sad, is it worth 4-5 years of college, costing a few hundred million of my parents? At least, recruiters have to look at the candidate’s profile to see which schools have potential and which schools are not… Just hoping that students will have a bright future, but watching the brothers and sisters graduate and go to work telling stories, I feel so pessimistic. eh”.
The share line has attracted thousands of interactions, shares and comments from netizens.
“Just graduated from school with a salary of 7 million is okay, if you want to be higher, your profile must be framed + have experience in the position you work for.
“When you ask similar questions, maybe your income is not even worthy of that 7 million, high or low income due to ability, don’t bring the school name. With poor performance, there’s not much difference between public schools and private schools.”
“If you go to a school with a good profile, you will get a good salary, and a profine of 7 million is high.”
“High salary or not is due to ability, personal skills, self-improvement and training process. But now, if you still keep the mindset of going to a good school to graduate with a high salary, then 7 million is high already =)) Good luck to you.
“The starting salary of 7 million is normal”.
Sharing with VietNamNet, a human resource manager with 20 years of experience in Hanoi said that recruitment is often based on supply and demand, it doesn’t matter which university graduates from. “According to observations, it is true that many fresh graduates can enjoy a relatively low salary. However, when they have more work experience, the salary level will be different.”
In addition, the mentality of many new graduates is that they want to learn, so they do not set too high requirements.
Dr. Vu Tuan Anh, Dean of the Faculty of Communication and External Culture, Diplomatic Academy, said that it is normal for students to graduate with a starting salary of 7 million VND/month.
“The issue of salary depends on the resilience of students when going to work. When new graduates, businesses do not know the capacity of students like and during the probationary period of about 3 months, the salary can turn up to 10-12 million/month. The more talent is demonstrated, the higher the salary will be.”
Besides, Dr. Tuan Anh also affirmed that many students, even though they have not graduated, have a salary of about 15-20 million/month.
However, students need to pay attention to spending when living in a big city like Hanoi.
“The amount of spending also depends on the student’s circumstances and needs to be considered. I also supported some friends to graduate with a salary of only 5 million, but they still live quite well.” – said the head of the department.
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