Why Jobs in Jamaica
Jamaica has natural resources, primarily bauxite, and an ideal climate conducive to agriculture and also tourism. Jamaica had emerged as a world leader in export of these minerals as foreign investment increased. Weakness in the financial sector, speculation, and lower levels of investment erode confidence in the productive sector.
The government continues its efforts to raise new sovereign debt in local and international financial markets in order to meet its U.S. dollar debt obligations, to mop up liquidity to maintain the exchange rate and to help fund the current budget deficit.
Jamaican Government economic policies encourage foreign investment in areas that earn or save foreign exchange, generate employment, and use local raw materials.
Some companies in Jamaica need more staffs for work in different sector of their industries.