IBM to hire 1,200 people in Costa Rica
Over the next two years, the services multinational, IBM, plans to go from 800 to 2,000 workers in Costa Rica.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
The company will hire both professionals and students who are close to completing their studies in Administration, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Engineering, Economics and Accounting.
With an investment of $3.5 million, the company extended its telemarketing and collection management segment services.
The new tower it has moved to in San Jose, Costa Rica, will allow the company to hire 25% more personnel, which now totals 900 employees.
El Salvador is located close to the United States and Canada and in their same time zone, and offers competitive prices when compared to neighbors Mexico, Panamá or Costa Rica.
The country is in third place in Latin America and 18th in the list of 100 countries with the best conditions for outsourcing in the world.
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