Cinde job fair will offer 3,800 jobs

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About 50 companies will offer about 3,800 jobs in the job fair Cinde, which will be held on 20,21 and 22 February in Antigua Aduana.

Vanessa Gibson, director of investment climate and corporate development Cinde (Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives), explained that stakeholders must first register online on the website of the fair.

Gibson said that it is preferable for people to have at least an intermediate level of English, and if you have other languages, such as Portuguese, French or Mandarin, for example, the better.

For the Director General of CINDE, Jorge Sequeira, the fair is the ideal for people who manage a second language find a job opportunity in companies instead.

Gibson explained that there is much diversity of positions, from operators to manufacturing to people with doctorates for research and development.

As a professional areas, Cinde informed, through a statement, to be purchasing positions, procurement, quality, engineering in all its branches, accounting, accounts payable, human resources, audit, finance, treasury, web development, software, maintenance and networks, among others.

There will also be offering educational options for training.

On Friday and Saturday the fair is open from 9 am to 5 pm at the Old Customs and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm Admission is free.

The participating companies are: Sykes, Western Union, Akamai Technologies, Brightstar, Cargill Business Services, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Concentrix, Emerson, Smith & Nephew, VMware, Abbott Vascular, Accenture, Amazon, Amway, APL, Auxis, Bass Americas, Baxter , Boston Scientific, Citi, Convergys, Coopervision, Copal Amba, Covidien, Curtiss Wright, Dell, DO Talent Management, EX2 Outcoding, Experian, GFT, Hewlett-Packard, Hospira, IBM, Infosys, Kareo, Language Line Solutions, National Instruments , Object Technology Solutions, Regroup, RE: Sources, Syniverse, Tek Experts, Teleperformance, Thomson Reuters, Tradestation, Volcano, Walmart, WNS

According to the latest continuous employment survey from the National Institute of Statistics and Census, the third quarter of 2014, the country has now a 10% unemployment, about 228,000 jobseekers.