Inside the PEA, the employed inhabitants, which incorporates all of the individuals who labored or keep their present employment relationship within the month, decreased by 95,000 staff.
However how was the impression of the pandemic on the Mexican labor market in 2020? In whole, the employed inhabitants of the nation misplaced 3.25 million folks from the tip of December 2019 to December 2020. Of that whole variety of staff who left the employed inhabitants during the 12 months, 45.6% have been males and 54.4% girls – en In different phrases, girls contributed many of the job losses noticed within the 12 months, although they contributed solely 40% of the employed individuals earlier than the disaster.
Particularly, of the job losses within the 12 months, 1.Three million corresponded to formal jobs and 1.95 million to casual staff – essentially the most susceptible sector of Mexican jobs was additionally the one which misplaced essentially the most within the 12 months. After all, casual jobs have been essentially the most affected by the well being disaster, since 60% of the overall job losses have been casual whereas 40% have been formal.
Because of this greater than half of the Mexican and Mexican staff who misplaced their supply of revenue during 2020 weren’t entitled to advantages and / or liquidation to face this financial disaster.
Particularly, it was girls staff within the casual sector who have been most affected, since, within the 12 months, the autumn within the variety of casual staff was (-) 12.1%, whereas casual staff (males) decreased in (-) 2.1%.
In the identical sense, the disaster affected the participation within the labor market of individuals over 15 years of age, each women and men. For girls, the labor participation price went from 45.2% in December 2019 to 41.4% in the identical month of 2020, whereas the speed for males decreased to a lesser extent, going from 76.8% to 73.2%.