- Index hide1 It is estimated that at least 55.9 percent of Mexicans over the age of 15 work in the informal sector.2 Currently it is estimated that there are just over 2.1 million Mexicans actively seeking a job opportunity.3 Currently, working women represent around 39 percent of the population, with men being a little more than 35.1 million.
It is estimated that at least 55.9 percent of Mexicans over the age of 15 work in the informal sector.
Currently it is estimated that there are just over 2.1 million Mexicans actively seeking a job opportunity.
Currently, working women represent around 39 percent of the population, with men being a little more than 35.1 million.
The search for employment is a constant for the vast majority of people, whether they opt for a job opportunity or seek to start a professional path, it is common to find different job offers that may be the dream job, which in reality could be very far from this situation, cAs explained by a network user, who points out that after several months of actively searching for a job opportunity, she found a vacancy that disappointed her due to all the fines and surcharges, out of the ordinary, which recorded.
Labor sector in Mexico
According to data provided by data provided by the National Survey of Occupation and Employment (ENOE) of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), During the first days of 2022, 2.1 million Mexicans were registered as unemployed, a figure that represents a percentage of the population in an active job search without being successful, in the same way it was announced that there are at least 7.9 million economically inactive people, who show some type of willingness to work.
In the same wayit was revealed that during the beginning of the current year, women represented 39 percent of the economically active population in Mexico, while working men represent around 35.1 million; however, within the national territory, informal commerce represents a labor base of at least 55.9 percent of Mexicans over 15 years of age.
Exhibits “dream job”; 400 pesos fine for answering wrong
Inside ofand the social network TikTokhas become known thanks to a content creator, how a woman was disappointed, within her dream job, since she comments that after spending several months, actively searching for a new job opportunity, she found a job within a paper factory, which offers several benefits, which were quickly overcome by fines and surcharges that the digital community described as absurd.
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The accountant comments that although the paper mill is well known in León Guanajuato, it disappointed her with the contract, since the day she was received by the company to start working she noticed various sections contained in the legal document stating unconventional fines, including a penalty for answering wrong, which cost 400 pesos, as well as one fine for resigning before three months, with a value of 5000 thousand pesos, and another for arriving 5 minutes late, 400 pesos for each occasionin addition to a clause that declared that before the IMSS he was registered with the minimum wage, a reason that generated a discussion from which the company tried to defend itself, arguing the accountant’s lack of professionalism and pointing out that money is not the most important .
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