Job Fair in Costa Rica Seeks Over 3,000 Bilingual Applicants

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The CINDE Job Fair began today in Costa Rica for its tenth year, with a total of 57 international and local companies that offer 3,000 jobs in areas such as accounting, finance, administration and customer service.

    Through a statement, the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives (Cinde) said that the fair opened today and runs through February 23 in San Jose.

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    Companies will be seeking bilingual staff for a wide variety of positions in areas such as engineering, accounting, finance, management, customer service, software developers, information technology, risk management, quality, process engineering, microbiology, human resources and sales.

    Among the most requested languages ​​are English, Italian, Portuguese, French, Mandarin and German.

    Some of the companies that are looking to recruit: Coca Cola, Bank of America, Dell, Dole, Fujitsu, IBM, Kimberly-Clark, Western Union, Baxter, and Boston Scientific, among others.

    Cinde said applicants must take their curriculum in a digital format and at most should be two pages.

    At their website ( participants will find all the key information about the show such as companies, profiles, success stories, tips for interviews and live chat rooms for consultations.

    In 2013, unemployment in Costa Rica, where the indicator is measured quarterly, is located in the range between 8.9% and 10.4%. (ACAN-EFE)

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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