In my opinion, Vietnamese students lack many skills for doing job well, but the most important skill they lack is critical thinking. I do not discuss the importance of this skills here, but the reason why they lack the skills. Vietnamese schools do not encourage students to think differently from what they are told, and students lack the ability to decide what is right or wrong. I think this stem from many reasons, but mostly from single political view in Vietnam because if student raises question on anything they study, they will raise question on that... As a result, it is better to teach students not to raise question but to believe what teachers or lecturers say. Therefore, they lack critical thinking skills. As a consequence, the students cannot work well after entering the workforce.