Spain looks to make thousands of jobs
The last few years have seen improvements to the economic climate of Latin America. Overseas interests in the region have made it a prime location for expanding industry shares, and big businesses like Apple are opening new sites and encouraging bigger commitments in the nations in this area.
Fox News wrote that Indra Sistemas, a global technology and development firm, is looking to hire between 1,500 and 2,000 additional employees for its Latin American facilities by the end of 2013. Most of these positions will be located in Brazil, the source reported, as this country makes up nearly half of Indra's interests in South America, which makes Indra one of the leading employers in that continent.
Employment ratings throughout Brazil have been declining over the last few years, with current rates hanging around 5.5 percent at the end of October 2012, Automated Trader reported. Salary caps and seasonal hiring have also stayed strong and made the country a key center of growth in the region. Indra hopes that through the addition of thousands of IT jobs, Brazil will become more of a global technological center.« Back