- April 04 2019
Employment Fairs, opportunities that generate better living conditions
For the wise actions of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, national and international companies turn to see Tamaulipas, where the rule of law is enforced, as a safe place to invest and generate jobs.
April 04 of the 2019
Reynosa, Tamaulipas.- The Government of the State through the Ministry of Labor, in coordination with the National Employment Service Tamaulipas, inaugurated on this frontier, the First Job Fair Reynosa 2019, offering more than 3 thousand 250 vacancies.
The event developed in the Multidisciplinary Gymnasium of the UAT, concentrated 105 companies who offered their job board; 38 of them for the industry, 34 for the area of commerce and 33 for the branch of services.
María Estela Chavira Martínez, Secretary of Labor, said that due to the wise actions of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, national and international companies turn to see Tamaulipas, where the rule of law is enforced, as a safe place to invest and generate jobs.
"Tamaulipas is and will continue to be a motor of formal employment, well paid and with all the benefits that the law provides," said the official.
He stressed that Reynosa continues to be the municipality with the most dynamism in terms of economic development and employment generation, and emphasized that during January and February, 6 thousand 508 jobs were created on this border, of the 7 thousand 859 generated in the entity, as well as declared that with these figures, 235 thousand 218 workers affiliated to the IMSS add up.
The head of the office of territorial representation of the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, the federal government, Ivan Karim Rocha Picazo, said that in employment fairs, employers and job seekers are joined, promoting employment linkage for that all sectors of the population have the opportunities to place themselves in dignified, formal and decent employment.
At the Employment Fair, Chavira Martinez said that the governor continues adding efforts to generate new opportunities for families to have better living conditions.
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