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Of the one-in-five young people in Peru who neither work nor study, 70 percent are women, the International Labour Organization reported.That consigns many of them to low-paid, informal labour, said 28-year-old entrepreneur and La Laboratoria founder Mariana Costa.You would find many western men marrying Latin brides.However, there are many western men skeptical about these marriages.
The software development industry is expected to employ about 1.2 million people in Latin America and the Caribbean by 2025, making it the fastest-growing profession, according to the Inter-American Development Bank.
"La Laboratoria gives us other opportunities to learn.
All of us here are going to go very far." For Gabriela Javier, 21, who leaves her home in Ancon at am to make the three-hour journey to La Laboratoria in the upscale Miraflores district, the opportunity was "priceless".
The development of Peru's telecommunications sector is undergirding that growth. A large number of overlapping IT degrees at Peru's universities confuses potential employers, and should be streamlined into the five core categories of computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, information technology, and information systems, said Miranda.
As a mark of La Laboratoria's potential, the start-up is expanding to the southern Peruvian city of Arequipa this year, and to Chile in 2016.