Baja California reached 67,181 formal jobs created as of November 2016, earning the second position as the State with the most new employment along the North border and fifth nationwide. Carlo Bonfante Olache, Ministry of Economic Development, informed that 4,437 formal jobs were created just during the month of November.
Job creation is consisting with the low rates of vacancy of 2.38% that prevails in the State, which is the lowest rate among the States in the North border and the eighth lowest in all of Mexico. This is the result of the economic activity in the State, which had a 3.8% growth record during the second trimester.
Source: Siglo 21