Tijuana has been the city that has stood out the most at a national level after registering a 98% employment rate, an index that shows the percentage level of the population of productive age that already has a job.
These figures reflect an important recovery in the city's economic growth and job creation at the local level, highlighted by Tijuana's Secretary of Economic Development, Gabriel Camarena Salinas.
"The data released by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) reflect the recovery of the labor market; coupled with the programs and services promoted by the XXIII Tijuana City Hall, headed by Mayor Karla Patricia Ruiz Macfarland, we are confident that the city's sectors will have an important economic recovery this 2021," expressed Camarena Salinas.
According to the National Occupation and Employment Survey (ENOE), published on May 17, as of the first quarter of 2021 Tijuana has the highest employment rate nationwide with 98 percent, followed by Cuernavaca with 97.8 percent and Reynosa with 97.4. These figures consequently indicate that our city registers the lowest unemployment rate with 2 percent at the national level.
The ENOE provides monthly and quarterly data on the labor force, employment, labor informality, underemployment and unemployment. The Municipal Government reiterates its commitment to implement programs and services that contribute to the economic recovery of the city, which translates into better job opportunities and growth of the different sectors.
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