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NEWS - 425,819 jobs created in Mexico

425,819 jobs created in Mexico between the months of January and July of this year.
Source: -Doug Jones

The Treasury and Public Finance Secretariat (SHCP) of Mexico have announced excellent news concerning the job market in the country. According to Ernesto Cordero Arroyo, the head of SHCP, there are about 425,819 jobs created between the months of January and July of this year. This is a huge evidence of economic renewal and strength of Mexico despite global crisis.

Cordero Arroyo announced the news at a press conference along with Javier Lozano Alarcon, the Secretary of Labor and Daniel Karam Toumeh, head of the Mexico Social Security Institute. The head of SHCP noted that the Mexico has indeed established an economic its stability since the country has surpassed the uncertainty in economic as many other nations are facing.

As of July 2011, there are about 43,329 new employees registered in the IMSS. This represents an increase of 0.3 percent over the past years. Lozano Alarcon, noted that there are more than 15 million people currently registered at the IMSS.

Lozano Alarcon also noted that the 425,819 new jobs in the entire year will mark the increase from last 2010 by 2.9 percent. The Secretary of Labor added that there are 65 percent of the employees registered at the IMSS that are permanent employees. The rest are under temporary employment.

Lozano Alarcon also anticipated a creation of 600,000 new jobs by the end of 2011. Yet, this vast increase will still not be enough to meet the demands in labor in the country.

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