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    1. 1. Human Capital Baseline IAOP – CENTRAL AMERICA CHAPTER GUATEMALA, APRIL 2009 LORI BLACKMAN ESTUARDO ROBLES ROGER CONRADO GVC PARTNERS INGENIA
    2. 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. 3. Challenges Lack of information – public, private, scattered Unreliable information Unwillingness to share information A work in progress
    4. 4. Sources Central Banks Ministries and government agencies Industry chambers Universities NGOs CEPAL / ECLA Incae Private organizations Wikipedia
    5. 5. The Baseline - Parameters Demographics Economy Infrastructure Employment Education Outsourcing industry
    6. 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. 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. 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. 9. Solid Infrastructure Development Source: BCN, CIA, Tiscali
    10. 10. Vs. Population Source: BCN, CIA, Tiscali
    11. 11. Employment Trends – Beyond Traditional Source: Banco Central de Nicaragua
    12. 12. Employment Source: Banco de Guatemala
    13. 13. A move toward services Source: Banco Central de Nicaragua
    14. 14. The Region Source: BCN, Banco de Guatemala, BCH, CBB, INEC, Ministerio de Economia.
    15. 15. University Population Young – Urban and Educated!
    16. 16. Education – if you build it, they will come! Source: CNU
    17. 17. Similar trend Source: MINED
    18. 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. 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. 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. 21. What Next? Take a step to the left please. Where are the jobs? How do we train?

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