As the largest and most populous country in Latin America and the eighth-largest economy in the world, Brazil is an attractive place for companies looking to grow globally.
Did You Know? Nearly 50 percent of the population is under 20 years of age, creating a pool of skilled labor for companies to tap into.
Key Areas: Financial services, investment banking, customer service, IT
Colombia has the fourth-largest economy in Latin America, and its GDP is expected to grow by 5.5 percent in 2022 and 3.1 percent in 2023.
Did You Know? The capital city of Bogotá is home to a workforce of over 6 million – and 193,000 highly skilled professionals graduate each year.
Key Areas: IT engineering, sales, customer service
The second-largest country in Latin America, Argentina is a member of the G-15 and G-20 economies. There is no shortage of educated talent — several Argentine universities rank among the top in Latin America.
Did You Know? Buenos Aires has the highest English proficiency score among all Latin American cities.
Key Areas: Software engineering and development, human resources, financial advising, telemarketing
Chile is one of Latin America’s most stable, prosperous nations, and it has rapidly grown to become the IT hub of LATAM.
Did You Know? Santiago, Chile’s capital city, placed 59th in StartupBlink’s 2019 global tech hub ranking.
Key Areas: IT, software engineering and development, information science
Mexico has grown to be an attractive hiring
hub for companies around the world. One key reason is that it has over 2,500 higher education institutions offering well-ranked learning and training programs.
Did You Know? Over 110,000 engineers graduate in Mexico each year.
Key Areas: Manufacturing, engineering, project management, sales
With its stable, market-oriented economy
and breathtaking attractions like Machu Picchu,
Peru has become an inviting location for many companies looking to grow internationally.
Did You Know? Foreign direct investment in Peru totaled USD 8.9 billion in 2019.
Key Areas: Project management, customer
Uruguay is a modern country with a well-educated population, a functioning democracy, and a relatively high number of engineers. Many international companies, including McDonald’s, IBM, and Oracle have established offices in Uruguay.
Did You Know? Uruguay was the first country
in South America to deploy a 5G commercial telecommunications network.
Key Areas: Software development and engineering, project management, fintech
The small Caribbean island nation of the Dominican Republic has experienced rapid economic growth. Its economy is largely
based on tourism and trade services.
Did You Know? In 2020, Chile was one of the most visited countries in LATAM, welcoming
about 2.5 million international tourists.
Key Areas: Manufacturing, IT engineering, customer service, telemarketing
Costa Rica is home to 4 million people. With
an accessible education system, thanks to the country’s public schools and universities, it is easy to find highly educated, bilingual talent
with college degrees.
Did You Know? There are over 300 multinational firms operating in the country.
Key Areas: Medical manufacturing, life sciences, customer service
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Latin America (LATAM) is a vibrant region on the rise. Although the global economy is currently in recovery, many LATAM countries forecast economic growth for this year and beyond.
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