United States: Reshoring Trend Gaining Popularity with Call Center Operators

Reasonable labor rates, an abundance of workers and plentiful real estate in the Southwest, Southeast and Midwest have attracted the majority of U.S.-based call and contact center operators, who...

Canada: Unemployment on the Rise Due to Retail Job Cuts

The hiring market outlook is more positive in North America, than in South or Central America, for the first time since the economic downturn nearly a decade ago. Impacting...

Brazil: Economy Expected to Return After Difficult Year

Foreign investments into Latin America, particularly as they relate to natural resources and utilities have increased. An example would be recent gains and larger holdings acquired by China across...

Canadian Manufacturing Sector Strong Despite Continued Need for Skilled Workers

The Canadian manufacturing industry is one of the largest industries in Canada, employing more than 10 percent of the Canadian workforce (more than 1.8 million people) with roughly 80,000...

Mexico: Growth Amid Stagnation in the Manufacturing Industry

Mexico's manufacturing sector employs approximately 8 million workers. An additional 4 million work in construction, power generation and mining. Manufacturing accounts for 35 percent of the country’s GDP and...

Mexico: Congress Approved Energy Reform Opens Oil and Gas Sector to Private Companies and...

The oil and gas industry in Mexico has entered an exciting time. After 76 years of nationalized oil, the Mexican Congress approved an energy reform that opens Mexico’s oil...

Colombia: Continued Engineering Opportunities in Oil and Gas

Colombia remains one of the world’s most unique oil and gas producers. Its government remains highly supportive of the industry and Colombia’s education system continues to train highly skilled...

Canada: Continued Growth Projected in Information and Communications Technologies Industry

Canada’s information and communications technologies (ICT) industry is home to over 33,000 companies with revenues of $155 billion. The ICT industry contributed $69.3 billion to the Canadian GDP in...