There are all kinds of jobs in Mexico. The country has a huge population, and it has all the jobs you would expect in any modern society. Manufacturing, government, IT, construction, professional services, hotels and resorts; you name it, there are jobs for it.
Mexico has an estimated labor force of 52.47 millionpeople (2014); unemployment is at 5.2% so employed people number 47.09 million. From those, 14% (6.98 million) work on agriculture, forestry and fishing activities; 24.3% (12.11 million) are dedicated to industrial activities including extractive industries, manufacturing and construction. Finally, 61% (30.3 million) are employed in commerce and services, including government-related activities and armed forces.
A further breakdown of these figures is as follows, showing workers per economic activity:
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There are jobs of all kinds, as Mexico City is the largest city in Mexico (and either the first or second largest city in the world depending how you count population). It also has a lot of government, legal and cultural jobs because Mexico City (often called Mexico DF) is the political and cultural capital of Mexico.
There are 547,000 Industry-related jobs in Mexico City, which account for 5.1% of Mexico's total labor force dedicated to manufacturing activities (11 million in 2007).
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Jobs and taxes.
Yes. Mexico City usually has the best paid jobs in Mexico.
All of them. From lawyers to blue-collar workers to nuns to politicians, all jobs in Texas have their equivalent in Mexico.