Nicaragua: Investors Recruit Bilingual Professionals
The country's investment promotion agency, ProNicaragua, is supporting the recruitment of employees with a high level of English for a group of foreign investors.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Marcela Castillo, ProNicaragua director, explained that the investors' name will be revealed at a later date but that they are planning to start work in the coming months.
In the last few years, there has been a pronounced change in the Costa Rican economy with more jobs going to bilingual people who are technically skilled or have a specialized profile.
The projected figure of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) this year, is 80% more than the figure for 2010.
It is estimated that the current government will have accrued $3 billion by the end of its term, an increase of 140% compared to the previous administration.
Panama is the regional center with the fastest growing activity in headhunting, with the search on for CEOs, presidents and senior professionals.
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