As of January, in Sinaloa, there are 607 thousand 529 workers registered with the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS)
Sinaloa.- The Secretary of Economy, Javier Gaxiola Coppel, reported that according to the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) in January, 21,248 new formal jobs were generated in the state, compared to the month of December, turning Sinaloa into the number one spot nationally.https://d-1943282043233860740.ampproject.net/2201262038001/frame.html
He explained that, in January, an increase of 15 thousand 140 temporary jobs in the field was reported; three thousand 585, permanent jobs and two thousand 523 temporary urban jobs.
“Sinaloa ranked number one in the entire country, of the 32 states, in the generation of formal jobs, I want to congratulate the people of Sinaloa and I want to congratulate the businessmen, employers of Sinaloa and thank them for the trust they have in the state,” he stressed.
Gaxiola Coppel specified that the annual growth rate of employment in the state as of January was 5.2 percent, ranking Sinaloa 12th nationally, while the national average was 4.7 percent.
Finally, he added that, as of January, in Sinaloa, there are 607,529 workers registered with the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), that is, 2.9 percent of the national total.
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