457,776

3

Formal employees in Ciudad Juarez
by June 2019

– Ciudad Juárez, August 2019

Employment structure

0%

salary workers

Employed and occupied population.

0%

self-employed

People that work for oneself or as a freelancer.

0%

employers

Owner of a business that employs other people.

0%

unpaid workers

Labor not receiving any direct remuneration.

Talent and industrial culture

5,134

total
graduate engeneers at 2017

21,130

total
engineering student at 2017

23

total
higher education institutes at 2017

9

total
technical education schools at 2018

Daily average wage growth

According to official sources, the daily average wage in Ciudad Juarez had an important growth over the last three years.

Ciudad Juárez, June 2019

Employment 

We can observe a steady growth on formal job
creation for the city over the last ten years.

Ciudad Juárez, August 2019

Salary by sector

Social services had the highest average salary
of 2018 among the six principal economic sectors of our region.

Ciudad Juárez, August 2019

Unemployment

The employment rate in Ciudad Juárez had a
slight increase during the first six months of 2018.

Ciudad Juárez, August 2019

Salary levels by sector

Electric and social services industries have the
highest equilibrium with salary levels.

Ciudad Juárez, August 2019

Salary by Gender

Employment by occupation

Data from 331 establishments with 276,904 employees.

IMMEX, Quarter II, 2019.

Wages and salaries spills

Data from 331 establishments with 276,904 employees, with a total spill of $ 3,334,678.

IMMEX, Quarter II, 2019.

Employment by schooling level

We have seen an increase over the last 10 years of education levels in employees within the state of Chihuahua.

Ciudad Juarez, ENOE, June 2019

Unemployment by schooling level

We can also conclude that a higher percentage of unemployed workers have professional skills now than ten years ago.

Ciudad Juarez, ENOE, June 2019

Labor hours

Most of the working population in the state of Chihuahua works 35 to 48 hours a week, a lower percentage when compared with the national statistics.

Ciudad Juarez, ENOE, June 2019

Informal economy

Informal employment rate refers to the percentage of population receiving a wage at jobs that do not offer social security benefits required by law.

Ciudad Juarez, ENOE, June 2019

Employment structure

In 2018, occupied population reached 97.8% of economically active population in the state of Chihuahua.

Ciudad Juarez, ENOE, June 2019

Source

CIES, Secretaría de Innovación y Desarrollo Económico with data from IMSS and ENOE, INEGI.

OLA, Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social with data from IMSS and ENOE, INEGI.

Desarrollo Económico de Ciudad Juárez A.C. with data from IMSS and ENOE, INEGI.

Unemployment rate for Ciudad Juárez is calculated by Desarrollo Económico de Ciudad Juárez A.C. with data from IMSS and INEGI.

Data updated to 2nd quarter 2019

L1 = 0 – 3.9 s.m.; L2 = 4.0 – 6.9 s.m. ; L3 = 7 – 9.9 s.m. ; L4 = 10 – 13.9 s.m. ; L5 = 14 s.m. and higher.

s.m.: Salary minimum