The words "fixed" and "stable" are not exactly what you would expect to hear from young twentysomethings, supposedly eager for challenges, opportunities and adventures.However, in Costa Rica, a survey carried out by Universum indicates that most college students are looking for a job for life in a state institution.
For every ten professionals in demand by private companies in Costa Rica between 2014 and 2016, 7 were computer and software engineers.
The growing demand for professionals in careers related to engineering, especially in the area of computing and software development, contrasts increasingly with the demand for professionals in other disciplines, such as social work, which are losing ground as the use of information technologies advances.
In Costa Rica two bills are proposing mandatory enrollment in professional colleges for anyone performing any computing task.
In his article in Elfinancierocr.com, Juan Carlos Hidalgo highlights the nonsense that these bills represent, one of which even attempts to penalize "with imprisonment of three months to two years, anyone who pursues a profession for which special training is required without having obtained the corresponding authorization. "
Engineers in different specialties, sales representatives and administrative assistants, who are all fluent in English, are those most in demand.
The Talent Shortage Survey, conducted by ManpowerGroup Costa Rica among 620 employers, found that in the case of university courses "engineering (with their different emphases) is the only one that stands out in the list of jobs in demand this year ... ", reported Nacion.com.
Enrollment in IT courses at the Technological University of Panama has grown by 26%.
The increase in the number of students in choosing careers in one of the most dynamic sectors of the economy is one of the first results from the implementation the National ICT Strategy, launched in 2008.
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The objetive of Costarican Association of Students of Industrial Engineering and Related Careers is to formalize the communication channels between students of industrial engineering and related careers, to promote integration and professional growth.
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