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The increase in Social Security affiliation and decline in unemployment moderated in December. Excluding seasonality, the registered workers increased by 11,000, unemployment fell by 23,300 and temporary employment rose (53.7%). Besides, job creation accelerated to 0.3% q/q SWDA in 4Q22 and unemployment fell again (-2.6%).

Social Security gross affiliation stagnated and registered unemployment fell by 33.500. Excluding seasonality (CVEC), employment continued to increase (30.000) and temporality in hiring maintained its rate of decline (to 53,7%). Unemployment fell (-35.000 CVEC), but employed job seekers increased.

Social Security affiliation grew by 103,500 persons and registered unemployment fell by 27,000. Excluding seasonality, employment maintained its rate of increase (20,000), unemployment broke its upward trend (-55,000) and temporary employment f…

Enrollment grew by 29.300 and registered unemployment by 17.700. Seasonally adjusted, employment returned to positive figures (22.000), but unemployment continued to rise (14.000). In 3Q22, employment barely increased (0,1% q/q q/q SCQ), unempl…

The labour market reform changes the sectoral distribution of contracts by duration: those sectors with a greater weight in shorter duration contracts, such as Accommodation and food service activities and Agriculture, forestry and fishing, los…

Enrollment fell for the first time in the month of July (-7.400 people) and unemployment rose unexpectedly (3.200). Seasonally adjusted, the estimated decline in enrolment is 25.000, unheard of since 2020, and unemployment increased by 50.000. The positive note was the growth in indefinite-term employment.

Seasonality boosted employment (383,300) and the unemployment rate fell (12,5%). Seasonally adjusted figures show that job creation was modest (0,6% quarter-on-quarter), but hours worked increased (1,1%) and unemployment and temporary rates fell (12,4% and 22,5%, respectively).

The behavior of labor poverty of the Mexican population is presented for the first quarter of 2022. The decrease in labor poverty is mainly due to two factors: the increase in real labor income per capita of 6.7% and the increase of 3.1 million…

In 9 out of 10 households, there was a fall in labor income. The lag in the labor market's recovery prevails, with high levels of unemployment, underemployment and informality, and a slow creation of formal employment.

In January, mobility restrictions temporarily interrupted the employment recovery. As of January, 73% of the jobs lost at the time of the worst deterioration of the labor market had been recovered. Given the easing of restrictive mobility measu…

Coneval estimates that there are more than 51 million Mexicans living in working poverty in the 4Q20, 40.7% of the total population. Due to the pandemic, there was a contraction of 10.3 million jobs during the 2Q20, which is equivalent to almost 19% of total jobs nationally: 6.2 million men and 4.1 million women.

The rebound in the economy and employment will continue to show different nuances and heterogeneity among sectors and regions, it is expected that in the face of restrictions, social distancing, and economic closures, now partial, the negative impact on employment will continue.