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Human capital baseline web

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    • 1. Human Capital Baseline IAOP – CENTRAL AMERICA CHAPTER GUATEMALA, APRIL 2009 LORI BLACKMAN ESTUARDO ROBLES ROGER CONRADO GVC PARTNERS INGENIA
    • 2. Motivation What do we have? Where do we have it? What can we offer? How do we build capacity? Create awareness and motivate discussion
    • 3. Challenges Lack of information – public, private, scattered Unreliable information Unwillingness to share information A work in progress
    • 4. Sources Central Banks Ministries and government agencies Industry chambers Universities NGOs CEPAL / ECLA Incae Private organizations Wikipedia
    • 5. The Baseline - Parameters Demographics Economy Infrastructure Employment Education Outsourcing industry
    • 6. CA - Population Capital Cities Population Less than 1 Million More than 1 Million More than 2 Million More than 3 Million Other Cities with large Populations 14 Million - Guatemala More than 500,000 7 Million - Honduras More than 250,000 6 Million - El Salvador 5 Million - Nicaragua 4 Million - Costa Rica 3 Million - Panama 40 MILLION TOTAL (32 million in the CA-4)
    • 7. Young-Urban Population •In “C.A. Market”, populations are “very young”, in comparison to other markets •In “C.A. Market”, the Economically active populations are high in comparison to other markets
    • 8. Population Shift Longer term projections demonstrate a young population will remain to sustain the aging population. Costa Rica has the oldest population and Guatemala has the youngest in C.A. Source: INCAE, Costa Rica
    • 9. Solid Infrastructure Development Source: BCN, CIA, Tiscali
    • 10. Vs. Population Source: BCN, CIA, Tiscali
    • 11. Employment Trends – Beyond Traditional Source: Banco Central de Nicaragua
    • 12. Employment Source: Banco de Guatemala
    • 13. A move toward services Source: Banco Central de Nicaragua
    • 14. The Region Source: BCN, Banco de Guatemala, BCH, CBB, INEC, Ministerio de Economia.
    • 15. University Population Young – Urban and Educated!
    • 16. Education – if you build it, they will come! Source: CNU
    • 17. Similar trend Source: MINED
    • 18. Outsourcing Industry Bilingual Agents:Total Population Ratio Guatemala El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua 2.9K:14.2M 5.2K:6.5M 0.1K:7.4M 1.2K:5.5M 0.0204% 0.0800% 0.0014% 0.022%
    • 19. Bilingual Agents CA-4 vs Costa Rica Costa Rica Ratio 32K:4.3M = 0.7442% Bilingual Agents/country (Adjusted to Costa Rica) Guatemala El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua 2.9K:14.2M 5.2K:6.5M 0.1K:7.4M 1.2K:5.5M 0.7442% 0.7442% 0.7442% 0.7442% 105,676 48,373 55,071 40,931
    • 20. Bilingual Agents CA-4 vs Panama Panama Ratio 18K:2.5M = 0.7200% Bilingual Agents/country (Adjusted to Panama) Guatemala El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua 2.9K:14.2M 5.2K:6.5M 0.1K:7.4M 1.2K:5.5M 0.7200% 0.7200% 0.7200% 0.7200% 102,240 46,800 53,280 39,600
    • 21. What Next? Take a step to the left please. Where are the jobs? How do we train?

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