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Microsoft to hire 280 new employees for its Costa Rican operation

Posts at Microsoft are available for Ticos or legal residents, as well as foreign applicants with a good command of Spanish or Portuguese who are willing to relocate to Costa Rica.

Private-sector employers wary of hiring during next quarter

The best hiring options during the next quarter are in private companies located in Heredia.

Amazon Costa Rica to hire 1,500 employees

Amazon Costa Rica plans to hire 1,500 new employees for its management, finance, business support, software development and customer service departments.

700 bilingual jobs in Costa Rica

Three foreign companies are expanding operations in Costa Rica and are offering some 700 new jobs for bilingual Spanish-English professionals.

Companies announce job openings in business, engineering and interpretation services

Three companies plan to fill a total of 900 jobs for interpreters and professionals in business administration and information technology.

Hiring outlook stable for upcoming quarter

Costa Rica’s hiring outlook for the next quarter is mostly stable, according to the latest Employment Outlook Survey from consulting firm ManpowerGroup.

Business confidence still low in Costa Rica

Wariness about the country’s employment and economic situation caused a slight decline in confidence among business sector leaders during the first quarter of this year, according to a recent survey.

Costa Rica businesses want more moderately-skilled workers

The best hiring prospects in the private sector during the next three months are for semi-professional and technical staff.

Hiring outlook in Costa Rica positive for next year

According to a recent employment outlook survey, 22 percent of employers plan to hire new staff during the first quarter of 2016, an improvement over the current quarter and over the same period of 2015.

Companies offering 2,000 jobs this week in Costa Rica

Recruiters from several local and international companies are looking for business administrators, lawyers, accountants and industrial and systems engineers. Jobs for technical bilingual staff also are available.

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