Baja California is leader in job creation in Mexico: Marina del Pilar

The state is fifth place nationwide for a fourth consecutive month

The governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda revealed that in November 2022, 1,416 new jobs were created in Baja California; this means, that the state is still in fifth place nationwide when it comes to job creation, reaching the amount of 63,849 jobs, according to data provided by the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS).

The governor highlighted that, regarding jobs created, the state is contributing with 5.8% of the national total, which has risen to 1,098,453 job positions.

16.8 jobs have been created for every 1,000 inhabitants, which has made Baja California fifth place among states regarding this index.

Regarding the type of contract for these new workers in the state, 8 out of every 10 new jobs are permanent, with 80.5% and 19.5% being temporary and on the field, which demonstrates the commitment that the current administration has with the wellbeing of Baja Californians.

Big companies continue to provide the greatest contribution by creating 44,603 new jobs (participating with 69.9%), while micro, small, and medium sized companies contributed with 17,591 (27.6%) of new jobs. In addition, 1,655 jobs were calculated for the non-specified sized companies of the employer registry.

In the first 11 months of the year, in Baja California, 1 of every 2 jobs was created in Tijuana, which means it is the greatest job creator with a total of 32,482 jobs (i.e., 50.9%); followed by Mexicali with 15,313; Ensenada with 14,293; Tecate with 1,374; Playas de Rosarito with 271; and San Quintin with 116.

The processing industry was the industry that created more jobs during this period of time with 23,050 jobs. They are followed by commerce and trade with 11,238; the construction industry with 7,850; transportation and communication with 7,079; services for businesses, people, and homes with 6,111; agriculture, livestock, forestry, fishing, and hunting with 4,866; social and communal services with 3,715; and the electric industry and the water catchment and supply industry with 125 jobs.

With all of this, the current state administration reaffirms its policy to guarantee social justice for the people of Baja California, following the mandate by the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

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