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Friday, 21 July 2017

For second time in its history, Baja California lost employments in January

Ensenada, Baja California.- In January, Baja California registered a loss of 3,175 formal employments, according to final numbers that provided Centro de Estudios Económicos de Tijuanas with numbers to insurance workers with Mexican Social Security Institute (by its Spanish initials IMSS).

A preliminary of IMSS just gave a negative number, but when final data was presented, the fallen was grater and not only that, CEET (by its Spanish initials) indicates that is the second time that entity registers a contraction during first month of the year on its history.

According to this, the affectation came from area where was registered the employment losses, because it had reduction of 5,235 distributed between Ensenada and Mexicali.

The most worrying of this situation is, historically, the beginning of the year is one that has the highest level of formal employment in the area, and it can be argued that not all of employers register their workers, and is also a fact that more of five thousand is not a little number and that is a worrying indicator, underlines the influential body of economic statistics generator of the Californias.

With these results, annual indicator situated in 17,795 employments created, it means that from January of 2012 to January of 2013, a very lower number at the end of 2012 when it located in 27,003 new formal employments.

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