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Intel transforms 1,500 blue-collar jobs into 2,000+ white-collar positions

While Intel closed its assembly and shipping facility in Belén in 2014, eliminating 1,500 jobs, the company now has more, better-paid full time employees here, and the company plans to increase its payroll in Costa Rica.

Amazon to hire 800 new employees for its Costa Rica operation

The company will host a job fair Friday and Saturday looking to fill posts in its administrative, human resources and customer service departments.

Costa Rican job hunters value company’s reputation almost as much as salary

Job hunters increasingly are using social media to find out about about potential employers. But a company’s website is still the main source of information for most of them, a recent study found.

Bacardí opens regional service center in Costa Rica

The service center, located in Escazú, opened with 135 employees. The company estimates staff could increase up to 200 by December.

Bacardi to open support services center in Costa Rica

The Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency and the Foreign Trade Ministry on Tuesday confirmed that rum manufacturer Bacardi will open a Latin American service center in Escazú on Sept. 1.

San Carlos hackathon aims to boost women’s roles in technology development

An upcoming hackathon for women in San Carlos, in north-central Costa Rica, is seeking bright minds to help develop new technology applications to address social problems, and at the same time foster better training and more tech jobs for women.

Anti-poverty programs enjoy success, but jobs would be better, says UN

Costa Rica could reduce its poverty rate by 8.5 percent if all employers paid the legal minimum wage and poor families could find work, according to a new report from the United Nations Development Program released Monday.

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