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News : Speak Good English? Go Get a Job
Santo Domingo, Feb 11, 2014 -- Dominican Republic’s Export and Investment Center (CEI-RD) announces a job fair for call centers in the Colonial Zone.
The activity will be held jointly with the National District City Council Telecom Center, the Santo Domingo Tourism Cluster, the Cultural Heritage, and the U.S. based company Laurus International.
Job seekers will need to show proficiency in English, said Laurus International, which seeks 300 qualified people to hire immediately.
Laurus International CEO Rudy Ganna said the country’s economic growth will have a significant impact on on the creation of new jobs.
CEI-RD director Jean Alain Rodríguez affirmed that the 112 Call Center companies currently hire more than 35,000 workers nationwide and invited qualified candidates to visit the Colonial Zone’s telecom center during business hours-9am to 5pm.
"Of the 112 companies, nearly three out of four are foreign suppliers and the rest are the companies’ internal operations. More than two-thirds of the agents, in general, speak English and around 5% speak French," the official said.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Dominican Republic’s Export and Investment Center:
The Dominican Republic Export and Investment Center (CEI-RD) is the official Agency responsible for the promotion of international trade and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). It was created product of the fusion of the Center for the Promotion of Exports of the Dominican Republic (CEDOPEX) and the Office for the Promotion of Investments of the Dominican Republic (OPI-RD), according to Law 98-03, effective as of June 17, 2003.
Published: Thursday, February 13, 2014