Panama Will Have To Fill 100,000 Logistics Jobs In The Next Ten Years
Wednesday, April 23 2014 @ 01:31 PM UTC
Contributed by: Don Winner
The vacancies will be for forklift operators, warehouse operators, packers, transportation route coordinators, and accounting assistants, among others.
Given the lack of available manpower, the Panama Maritime Chamber is coordinating with the public sector to train people in the area of logistics. (Prensa)
Editor's Comment: A story typical of those about the Panamanian economy. Heads up guys, because we're going to be needing an additional 100,000 workers over the next decade - or 10,000 per year - and right now those bodies are not available. Too many jobs, not enough people, full employment (or, 0% unemployment).