CIUDAD VICTORIA – For the second time in the year, Tamaulipas became a norther border’s leader in generating formal jobs, having registered 4,970 formal jobs to the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) during the month of July.
With this number of jobs registered with the institute in July, compared to the previous month, Tamaulipas was placed as the fourth state in the country with the highest number of jobs generated.
Statistics in this area indicate that with creation of 14,220 jobs from January to July 2019, Tamapulipas ranks as the 10th entity in the creation of formal work.
“Of the 14,220 jobs established in the first seven months of the year, 83.7% are permanent jobs, while 16.3% are temporary jobs,” said Carlos García González, secretary of Economic Development.
In May 2019, Tamaulipas also ranked as the border’s first in the generation of jobs, and as the third nationally with 5,906.
From October 2016 to July 2019, 69,466 jobs have been generated. During 2017, more than 33,000 jobs were created, which is the highest figure in the last 15 years.