Antigua Employment

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More job opportunities ahead as Airbnb campaign promotes 16 Caribbean nations

Airbnb partners with CTO to promote 16 Caribbean countries to digital nomads who want to live abroad while working remotely  BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS — Sixteen Caribbean nations can look forward to more job opportunities and economic growth within the tourism and hospitality industry, both directly and indirectly, thanks to a new initiative targeting foreign remote workers.…
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OECS unveils Blue Economy Strategy for sustainable economic development, job growth

World Bank-financed UBEC programme to boost jobs, economic growth in blue economies of St. Lucia, Grenada, SVG  CASTRIES, SAINT LUCIA — With the blue economy constituting approximately 30 percent of the labour force in some eastern Caribbean nations, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States has partnered with the World Bank to develop a new programme…
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Antigua to focus on tourism revitalization, economic diversification in 2022

PM Browne says 2021 was a “year of steady growth”, tourism figures heading in 2022 encouraging  SAINT JOHN’S, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA — Part of the government’s plan for the economy in 2022 will be to expand into new areas to generate employment while also revitalizing tourism, said Prime Minister Gaston Browne in his New Year’s…
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Antigua PM suggests some hotel operators exacerbating poverty by paying staff too-low wages

PM Browne outlines several developments in the works to help boost Antigua & Barbuda’s economy  ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA — As Prime Minister Gaston Browne recently highlighted key tourism developments underway in the country, he lambasted some hotel operators for exacerbating poverty by not paying their employees sufficient wages. The prime minister spoke to…
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