Job opportunities in manufacturing, logistics and life sciences

People looking for work in Mexico will be able to find job opportunities for the next three months in sectors such as logistics, life sciences, energy and manufacturing, according to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey.

“Forty-five percent of companies plan to increase their workforce starting in April, but in Durango 27 percent plan to reduce that, so there is still positive demand for employees which can translate into more formal hiring.”Highlighted by Alberto Alessi, Managing Director of ManpowerGroup Mexico, Caribbean and Central America.

According to the survey, the sectors that will have the greatest demand for employees in all fields, whether in specialization, operational or administrative, are transportation, logistics and automobiles with 43 percent of employment intentions.

Followed by life sciences and health with 35% of employment intentions; energy by 35 percent; And manufacturing at 32.

“These sectors have been favored by domestic and foreign investments, especially supply chains and the automotive sector, showing a significant recovery in employee employment in the northern part of the country.”

“While the life sciences and health sector focuses on acquiring hospital staff and producing health supplies and equipment.”In detail Alberto Alessi.

ManpowerGroup's analysis showed that anyone looking for a job can direct their search towards medium and large companies, because they are the type of economic unit that stands out in their intentions to increase the number of their employees.

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