For the past two years the world economy is facing a huge crisis and this is affecting every sphere of human lives.This economic situation has affected the businesses and the job market is one of the worst affected areas under the recession.To deal with the economic crisis almost all the companies have applied several cost cutting measures including, benching and salary reduction. Many companies have closed down some units and have outsourced some of their works to the business process outsourcing companies that are situated in different developing countries across the world. This has lead to a BPO boom in those countries.The economic crisis has affected different industries around the world. This has resulted into low profit margin, job loss, consolidation of companies and other cost cutting measures. The BPO industry too is not an exception. At the beginning of the recession period, people working in different call center companies as well as other BPO companies have also lost their jobs. However, BPO industry is one of the industries that were least affected by recession. With a number of international companies trusting the companies in the developing countries as their outsourcing partners as a part of their cost cutting strategy the business process outsourcing companies in the developing countries are riding on high tides.Due to the recession more and more international companies have closed down their contact centers and back office units and trusted the BPO sectors in the developing countries with the same. This has lead to more work for the BPO industry in those countries. With new projects the requirement for more call centre employees have also increased. This has lead to numerous vacancies in the BPO industry.With a lot of job openings in the call center and BPO industry and no significant vacancies in the other industries, more and more youth are opting for call center jobs. With more and more quality people opting for call center and BPO jobs, the quality of service rendered is also improving. The people working in the BPO industry in the developing countries are also enhancing their customer service expertise in different domains including travel, insurance and banking and technology. With this expertise their chance of getting more international clients also increases for the BPO companies. This is leading to a huge growth of the call centre and BPO sectors in the developing countries, especially the developing countries in Asia-Pacific Region.According to a recent research the business process outsourcing industry in the developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region will experience tremendous growth within next few years. According to some experts the industry will flourish at a compound growth rate of 11.2 percent per year. From an $18 billion industry in 2008 the call center and BPO industry of these countries has possibility of becoming a $29 billion industry by the year 2013. With such facts and figures it can be very well assumed that these developing countries in Asia-Pacific region are all set to experience another BPO boom in the near future.