Sinaloa registers a 2.7 percent increase in employment


Culiacán, Sinaloa (April 19, 2021).- A recovery of 2.7 percent in the generation of employment is what was registered until the last cut of the Council for the Economic Development of Sinaloa (Codesin), this compared to the growth of 4.4 that was had for the current last year’s date.

In the annual comparison, in October 2020 the entity registered 9,617 fewer workers with the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) than in October 2019, this represents a decrease of 1.7 percent, the highest percentage drop for any month of October of the last ten years.

In the reactivation of agriculture with the beginning of the autumn-winter agricultural cycle, the rehiring of farmworkers also began, hence the month of October registered a very significant increase in total employment in Sinaloa compared to September.

According to the Codesin report, it is possible to estimate that, by the end of this year, in the state of Sinaloa the level of employment that it had until before the start of confinement due to the pandemic, which was in the month of March, will almost recover. 2020.

Culiacan, Sinaloa (Photo: Kayak)

In the comparison of the month of October with respect to September of this year, Sinaloa generated 14,686 more jobs, which is equivalent to an increase of 2.7 percent.

After a four-month period of job loss, all activities reflect a continuous recovery in employment in the last two months, with the exception of services for companies, individuals, and the home, a loss of 95 sources of work is observed.

Source: Debate

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