miércoles, 30 de enero de 2013

Formal employment in Mexico...

In 2012, the number of Mexican jobs registered in the Mexican Social Security Institute rose by 711,688 (or 4.6%) to 16.1 million. That's to say that roughly one of every four members (27.5%) of the economically active population or PEA (for its initials in Spanish) has a job that's part of the formal economy.

Looking at the distribution between permanent and temporary employment, about 4 1/2 as many permanent jobs were created as temporary ones. Interestingly, though, since 2001 - with the single exception of 2007 - the percentage change in temporary jobs was always greater than the percentage change in permanent jobs.

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