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2020 was the worst year for the Mexican labor market on record. The crisis generated by the pandemic eliminated 647,710 formal jobs
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Job Creation
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In 2019, Yucatan increased by 44 percent the number of jobs in exports, according to INDEX. This has helped to the economic reactivation of the state.
 Christin Hume
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Mexican authorities approved the new reform that regulates home-based work. Here are some of the main points to be highlighted
crisis, drowning
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From May to September, the crisis generated by COVID-19 left a balance of 390,000 economic units less, reported INEGI
Desk
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The Chamber of Deputies’ Labor Commission has approved the conditions that will regulate remote work and teleworkers in Mexico.
savings, hire,
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The initiative to reform the outsourcing system in Mexico will improve working conditions in the country and will bring legal certainty to workers
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