Mejora panorama del desempleo en estados del país

28/09/2022

Fuente: El Universal

Pese a que la tasa de desocupación en México reportó un ligero aumento de julio a agosto pasado, el número de estados con un nivel de desempleo superior a la media nacional se redujo de 13 a 11 en ese periodo, como consecuencia de la recuperación del mercado laboral.

A nivel nacional, la población desocupada, es decir quienes se encuentran sin laborar, pero que buscan trabajo, fue de 2.1 millones de personas el mes pasado, lo que representó 3.5% de la Población Económicamente Activa (PEA), tasa ligeramente mayor a la de 3.4% reportada un mes antes, de acuerdo con datos del Inegi.

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Date: April 7, 2022

Source: CryptoPotato

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Date: February 18, 2022

Source: Aljazeera

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12/02/19 – Chamber Business News

By Graham Bosch

Mexico is Arizona’s top trading partner, accounting for about 30 percent of the state’s exports to foreign markets, according to an extensive ongoing study by the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona.

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11/18/19 – KGNS

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11/06/19 – Reuters

By Julia Love and Sharay Angulo

Mexico’s auto production and exports fell sharply in October compared with the same month last year as production from U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co ground to a halt, according to data from the national statistics agency INEGI.

Auto production declined 16.35%, while exports dropped 19.52%, the data showed.

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10/07/19 – Reuters

By David Shepardsonm

General Motors Co (GM.N) said Monday it is temporarily laying off another 415 workers in Mexico as a strike by 48,000 U.S. hourly workers enters its fourth week.

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GM lays off 6,000 additional workers in Mexico due to UAW strike

 

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10/01/19 – CNBC

By Michael Wayland

General Motors on Tuesday idled a plant in Mexico that produces its highly-profitable Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 pickups, temporarily laying off 6,000 workers.

The automaker said the decision was a result of a parts shortage due to the United Auto Workers union’s strike against GM, now in its 16th day. A GM spokesman said the “primary focus is to get a deal and get everybody back to work” as soon as possible.

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09/18/19 – Reuters

By Andrea Shalal

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said he believed Congress would act to pass a new U.S.-Mexico-Canada free trade agreement this year, providing important momentum for the U.S. economy.

Pence told a packed audience at the Heritage Foundation think tank that passage of USMCA would create jobs and trigger increased investment in the United States, while helping President Donald Trump reach a trade deal with China.

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5/7/2019 – Bloomberg

 

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