Agustin Carstens, BIS, Princeton University
Weekly Roundups
Economic inequality is not caused by central banks, said Managing Director of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Agustín Carstens
mask, office
Weekly Roundups
Weekly COVID-19 testing and continuous maintenance of air conditioning are some of the rules to be followed by companies returning to their offices
RD McClenagan, Mexico
Weekly Roundups
The number of people working informally in Mexico rose above 30 million people in March 2021, a level not seen since the same period last year
mexico city
Weekly Roundups
In 1Q21, IMSS reported a slight recovery in job creation with 251,977 more jobs than those created at the end of 2020
job, employees
Weekly Roundups
After just over three months of debate, the private sector and the government agreed on changes to the outsourcing reform
income
Weekly Roundups
The pandemic led more than 13 million people with a medium or high income to fall into the lower-income population in Mexico during 2020
Workers
Weekly Roundups
Mexico shrank its unemployment rate, while plans to increase pensions raised concerns. This and more in this week’s roundup.
migration
Weekly Roundups
Lack of social security and precarious employment conditions are among the reasons why migrants have been particularly affected by the pandemic
childcare, baby
Weekly Roundups
The lack of childcare options in Mexico is hindering female participation in the labor force, according to the World Bank
Subscribe to The week in talent