• March 28 2019
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2 thousand 850 offers more vacancies, for young people from the south of Tamaulipas


Derived from labor policies implemented by Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, companies trust and bet on Tamaulipas, to establish their businesses, be an investment destination and generate employment.

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March 28 of the 2019

Tampico, Tamaulipas.- The state government inaugurated the First Regional Employment Fair for Youth, Tampico, Madero and Altamira 2019, in which 98 concentrated 2 companies and offered more 850 thousand XNUMX vacancies.

The Ministry of Labor, in coordination with the Tamaulipas National Employment Service, held the event in the facilities of the Municipal Auditorium of Tampico, with a job exchange focused on the industry of transformation, trade and service.

María Estela Chavira Martínez, Secretary of Labor, said that derived to the labor policies implemented by the Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, companies trust and bet on Tamaulipas, to establish their businesses, be an investment destination and generate sources of employment.

"We are here to support you young people, through this Job Fair, you will find that job opportunity that will fit your profile and needs," said the official.

The person in charge of the office of territorial representation of the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare of the federal government, Iván Karim Rocha Picazo, said that the Employment Fairs are a bridge for the Tamaulipas to obtain decent, decent and formal employment , that allows them access to social security, housing and health.

Authorities of the three levels of government, representatives of business and union chambers, who met to participate in the ceremony, agreed that young people are a fundamental part of achieving a society of progress.

Estela Chavira Martínez, endorsed the commitment of the governor, to create in the entity, the necessary conditions that generate greater economy and skilled labor, which allows to raise the quality of life of families.

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