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  • Jobs in Honduras

    Jobs in Honduras | Job Opportunities in Honduras

    Honduras is a republic of Central America previously recognized as Spanish Honduras to discriminate it from British Honduras. Honduras is delimited by Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Honduras. Its land area size is about 113,001 kilo Meters Square with an estimated population of almost 08 million inhabitants as of 2008 national population census. Northern areas of the Honduras country are in the property of Western Caribbean Zone. Its economy is increasing slowing but has nominal ranking among other American counties. Statistics of GDP declared in last year by the government of Honduras shows 7% improvement but considered a poorest country of United States of America. World Bank has declared it a third poorest country in the entire Hemisphere after Haiti and Nicaragua.

    Jobs in Tegus

    Jobs in Tegus | Job Opportunities in Tegus

    Tegus is an urban slump situated across hilly terrain of Honduras having very old history dating back to 600 years ago. As the city is an undeveloped area of Honduras therefore faces several external warship attacks and inners mitigation of the rebels. Old tribes of Tegus live nearby jungles, in barren areas and love to prey wild animals for sack of meat and leather. It has an estimated population of almost 596,987 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2009 and occupying an average land area of 6,965 KM square. It has dense forest around the borders containing carnivorous and wild species in it. Evening and nights are really terrible in the city because of free roaming of wild animals in the streets and villages of Tegus. Government has displayed several sign boards and neon sign with the logo of “Stay Safe” and bewares the unseen risk.

    Jobs in Tegucigalpa

    Jobs in Tegucigalpa | Job Opportunities in Tegucigalpa

    Tegucigalpa is an urban slump situated across hilly terrain of Honduras having very old history dating back to 600 years ago. As the city is an undeveloped area of Honduras therefore faces several external warship attacks and inners mitigation of the rebels. Old tribes of Tegucigalpa live nearby jungles, in barren areas and love to prey wild animals for sack of meat and leather. It has an estimated population of almost 596,987 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2009 and occupying an average land area of 6,965 KM square. It has dense forest around the borders containing carnivorous and wild species in it. Evening and nights are really terrible in the city because of free roaming of wild animals in the streets and villages of Tegucigalpa. Government has displayed several sign boards and neon sign with the logo of “Stay Safe” and bewares the unseen risk.

    Jobs in El Progreso

    Jobs in El Progreso | Job Opportunities in El Progreso

    The metropolis of El Progreso is situated in the Honduran subdivision of Yoro. It is situated on a crossway among many borders of the neighboring countries therefore attains a calculated load of countless travelers through El Progreso. It is occupied on an average land area of 550 km² and have more than 90,000 population as per national population census conducted during 2008. It has richest agriculture sector producing palm oil, bananas and vegetables. Apart from agriculture the residents of El Progreso are fond of working in cattle ranching farms and deal of textiles. It has good economic infrastructure and reasonable per capita income of the local residents. Local government offers several relaxations to the low income people of El Progreso by providing tax exemption and many more like that.

    Jobs in La Ceiba

    Jobs in La Ceiba | Job Opportunities in La Ceiba

    La Ceiba is a harbor city on the coast highway of Honduras in Central America. It is situated on the Caribbean boundary of the Gulf of Honduras. It has huge population and considered as 05th major town of the country having an estimated population of more than 180,000 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2009. La Ceiba has very interesting history, several beliefs narrate its name was derived after a giant ceiba trees grown beside the old harbor and itself subsided in the nearby sea. La Ceiba is a well attractive city for the tourists and it is quite obvious by its titles of “Eco-Tourism Capital of Honduras” & “Entertainment Capital of Honduras”.

    Jobs in Choloma

    Jobs in Choloma | Job Opportunities in Choloma

    Choloma is a metropolis of the Honduran department of Cortes in northwest of San Pedro Sula and is the third major populated area of the country. It has an estimated population of more than 0.9 million inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2009. It is occupying an average land area of 1,587 KM square. There are many manufacturing plants in Choloma because of easy access towards a cheap labor and contribute in the national economy. Choloma has fairly good economic structure that is mainly dependant of agricultural growth, industrial reformation and of its tourism sector. There are several internal food cosines brands and restaurant serving in the area since last few decades including Pizza Hut, Wendy’s, Church’s Chicken, Burger King and KFC. Road networks of the city are main junction among neighboring cities and traders of Honduras.

    Jobs in San Pedro Sula

    Jobs in San Pedro Sula | Job Opportunities in San Pedro Sula

    San Pedro Sula is a city of Honduras situated in the western area of the country at the valley of de Sula. It is shortly distant around 62 km of Puerto Cortes on Caribbean Sea. It has an estimated population of 1.23 million inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 210. After Tegucigalpa town, San Pedro Sula is the second biggest city of Honduras having huge depend and relation with its industrial sector. San Pedro Sula attains the status of being capital of the Cortes Department and holds a well organized & stable transportation network providing an easy access to the local markets and cities. Major domestic and export products of the city include light industry, commercial production of coffee, bananas, beef, sugar cane, tobacco, and forestry.