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Costa Rica tourism businesses looking for 500 workers

October 15, 2013

Hotels, restaurants and other tourism businesses will be on the hunt for workers Wednesday at a job fair at Universidad Latina’s Heredia campus, north of the Costa Rican capital.

Companies will be looking for 500 workers in the university’s auditorium from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Among the 20 companies looking to hire are Marriott Corporation, Sheraton Hotel, Wyndham Hotels, Moyo Ice Cream Parlors, Chilis Restaurant, Grupo Pampa, Holiday Inn Escazú, Restaurantes El Barril, Four Seasons Costa Rica and Gaia Hotel, among others.

Interested applicants must be over 18 and should bring digital and printed résumés, original and photocopies of school degrees and printed references.

Admission is free.

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