Friday, 23 October 2020

Need a job? Go pick coffee, recommends Minister of Labor

Costa Rica's minister of labor, Geannina Dinarate, recommens to Costa Ricans seeking employment to consider filling the some 77,000 jobs picking coffee during the upcoming harvest

Business Economy Need a job? Go pick coffee, recommends Minister of Labor

Costa Rica's minister of labor, Geannina Dinarate, recommens to Costa Ricans seeking employment to consider filling the some 77,000 jobs picking coffee during the upcoming harvest

(QCOSTARICA) Geannina Dinarte, Minister of Labor, called on Costa Ricans to go pick coffee to face the unemployment crisis that is hitting the country.

Geannina Dinarte, Costa Rica’s Minister of Labor. Click here to watch the video

“We call for people to join the agricultural activity to be able to fill the 77,000 jobs that have been identified in agriculture and that will probably continue to increase,” said the minister Thursday afternoon at Casa Presidencial, to refer to the alarming figures of 20% unemployment.

- payin the bills -

President Carlos Alvarado has not referred to the issue of high unemployment rates released this Thursday by the INEC.

Dinarte limited himself to saying that the government will face the labor crisis through the repeatedly announced economic reactivation, the policies of which are unknown to date.

 

- paying the bills -
- paying the bills -
Rico
Ricohttp://www.theqmedia.com
"Rico" is the crazy mind behind the Q media websites, a series of online magazines where everything is Q! In these times of new normal, stay at home. Stay safe. Stay healthy.

Related Articles

Dall in fuel sales due to pandemic to affect canton road works

QCOSTARICA - The 82 cantons across Costa Rican could face 2021...

Dollar is approaching crisis prices after fiscal gap … should we be scared?

QCOSTARICA - The emergency that the country went through at the...

MOST READ

Global Ideas ‘Climate change is making us stronger’ — Resilient Bolivian women adapt to global warming

Nestled in Bolivia's Cochabamba valley is the village of Tiraque. One of dozens of indigenous farming communities in the traditionally fertile local region, it...

Commerce anticipates drought of temporary hires for the end of the year

QCOSTARICA - The Costa Rican commercial sector estimates a difficult situation for year-end retail sales and the traditional hiring of temporary help. The Costa Rican...

Fiscalia charges leaders of the Rescate Nacional

QCOSTARICA -The Prosecutor's Office confirmed that the leaders of the National Rescue movement Célimo Guido, Óscar Campos and José Miguel Corrales face criminal charges...

Costa Rica opens air borders to ALL countries in November

QCOSTARICA -  As of November 1, Costa Rica will open its air border to all countries. To date, tourists from only a select number...

COVID-19 in Costa Rica: 1,166 new cases for Oct 17

QCOSTARICA - As of October 17, Costa Rica registers 1,166 new cases of COVID-19, of which 299 are by epidemiological link and 867 by...

Recent trend of the R rate in Costa Rica

QCOSTARICA - The R rate of COVID-19 in Costa Rica, estimated with the most recent data from October 21, 2020, is R = 0.98...

Let's Keep This Going!

To be updated with all the latest news and information about Costa Rica and Latin America.

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.