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Exclusive - After a violent past, Colombia's Medellin emerges as a hotspot for businesses doing good
by Anastasia Moloney
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22 October 2019
On 22 October 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Growing up in a gang-ridden hillside slum in Colombia's second city of Medellin, Bryan Estiven Carmona knew becoming a street drug dealer was far more likely than getting a decent job. ... Yet against the odds, Carmona landed a job last year as a software tester with the Medellin office of Arbusta, an Argentine tech company that does social good. He is one of about 30 young men and women hired by Arbusta, which aims to give jobs to unemployed people from poor backgrounds, with no work experience or university education.
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