The Metrobús is a transport system based on capacity buses that provides urban mobility quickly and safely, combining infrastructure, stations, vehicles and services in Mexico City.
Although the salary of drivers or drivers of public transport is not the best, it changes as it is a system operated by the Government of the capital. Do you know how much the Metrobús operators earn?
According to the online platform talent.com, the salaries of the drivers of this transport system depend on the experience they have operating passenger buses. Those who just start They have a salary of 6,000 pesos per month.
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For his part, the operators with the longest track record receive around 9,000 pesos a month. And although you might think that this is not a very high salary, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) points out that this figure is similar to the average salary of a professional.
In fact, the National Survey of Graduates 2022 of the University of the Valley of Mexico (UVM), points out that the average salary of a recent graduate is 7,103 pesos.
How much do Metro drivers earn?
As detailed by the Herald of Mexico, train drivers receive a monthly salary of approximately 18,000 pesos. His day is divided into three shifts: The first from 4:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; the second from 12:00 to 19:00 and the third from 18:00 to 01:00.
Drivers almost never operate the subway manually. There is an autopilot, so only when there is a failure or weather conditions demand it, they will take the wheel themselves.
However, they open and close the doors, check the influx of passengers and are on the road for any situation or damage they detect. Other salaries of the personnel of this transport system are:
- Box office: 6,385 pesos per month
- Station chief: 10,749 pesos per month
- Inspector: 11,900 pesos per month
- Maintenance technician: 12,000 pesos per month
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