In the last decade, computers have become an integral part of everyday life, used for a variety of reasons at home, in the workplace, and at schools. Of course, almost every computer user encounters a problem occasionally, whether it is the disaster of a crashing hard drive or the annoyance of a forgotten password. The explosive use of computers has created a high demand for specialists to provide advice to users, as well as for day-to-day administration, maintenance, and support of computer systems and networks.
As business expands internationally, there is an increasing number of jobs available for those wishing to live in Spanish speaking countries. In addition, companies wishing to outsource IT funcitons to Spanish speaking countries must possess the language skills to communicate in these environments.