Argentine professionals are systems, science and technology, "good, pleasant and cheap", due to the influence of the percentage of salaries, and online job opportunities for foreign companies, depending on the sector's entrepreneurs.
The CEO of Everis, Pablo PereiroThe Telam agency said the company expanded its professional plant by the year 470 until 2017 and 600 workers went to the end of last year.
In this sense, he said "people will continue to take on the role of technology, boys, we have enough projects, including export". These include the development and services of the banking and industrial sector in Spain and the United States.
Forecast for 2019 "is the need to increase the persistence of the Buenos Aires plant and take in people's internal positions" in Tucuman.
The difficulties encountered in finding qualified staff "is greater than the supply demand, only in the field of technology, hard science or engineering".
In the end, Pereiro stressed that "the devaluation of the weight has fallen in Argentina's costs, which is why the Argentinean is good, friendly and cheap."
The Farady Security Director-General agreed with this concept, Martín TartarelliThe Argentinean professional said "good, nice and cheap but for businesspeople only".
"Multinationals need a lot of talent and they have a lot of competitive wages, which makes it harder for them to add talent in the local context," he added. "On the other hand, there are companies based in the United States," he continued, "which gives the dollar salaries to employees, which is a more complex scenario."
How much do they pay?
IT Pole, owner of Buenos Aires, José María Louzao Andrade, said "the effect of the negative effect on human capitalisation is that the home-market companies can not have the most appropriate resources."
Louko, the owner of G & L, "who is working away from more than 10% of the resources and is charging cards or payment platforms," which means they are "de-funding solidarity systems."
In this sense, he said that these resources "are charged from 20-30 dollars, that is, pay from $ 120,000 to $ 180,000". If the current pace continues, "the risk is increasing concentration and informality," he said.
"Argentinians have a profiling profile that attracts different cultures," said Alejandro Servide, Director of Randstad Argentina Professionals.
He did not mention technical skills, but rather "versatility, decision-making, creative solutions, complex situations, good response to rigorous environments and, above all, to adjust the crisis situation."
Servide says that "the Argentinean is elastic in nature" and is looking for a "emergentologist" acting on unstable contexts.
Today, according to the migration, "the segment of young professionals is generally between 25 and 30 years old, without children", as foreign attempts are tempted by housing, cars, health, and other benefits. "(Telam)