• April 11 2019
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In Tamaulipas, security, stability and growth opportunities are privileged

In Tamaulipas, stability will prevail, and we will continue to promote economic development, because we are the ones who want progress and peace.


April 11 of the 2019

Matamoros, Tamaulipas.- The Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, has as a priority the pacification of the State, and to achieve this it is necessary to provide security, stability and growth opportunities, to those who strive to get ahead, said the Secretary of Labor, María Estela Chavira Martínez, after closing on this border, the First Stage of Employment Fairs 2019.

In the event, he stated, in relation to the illegal work stoppages and dismissals in recent days, that no particular interest will be allowed to be placed above the workers.

"You have the certainty that stability will prevail in Tamaulipas, and we will continue to promote economic development, because we are the ones who want progress and peace, but above all, a better future for our children and young people."

In this line, the official stressed before representatives of government and society, that Matamoros has successfully emerged, and made it clear that the desire of workers and employers is stronger, than any intention to destabilize the productive sector.

The First Stage of Employment Fairs, included a Fair of Labor Mobility, a Regional Fair for Young People, and three Employment Fairs for the general public, developed in the municipalities of Victoria, Tampico, Madero and Altamira, as well as Reynosa, Nuevo Laredo and Matamoros.

According to data from the National Employment Service Tamaulipas, participated in these meetings, 450 companies, who offered 16 thousand 220 vacancies, as well as an attendance of 4 thousand 261 applicants was registered.

Estela Chavira Martínez, explained that the governor is working to join efforts, bringing services free in labor matters, so that families achieve a secure, formal and dignified job.

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