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.

To assist in the recruiting of personnel, the agency has organized the Employment Machine recruitment fair, to which bilingual professionals are invited to attend and add their resumés or CVs to a database of employees with or without experience that will be used by the investors to meet their human resource requirements.

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