translated from Spanish: More than 200,000 jobs were recovered in October, IMSS reports

In October there was a monthly increase of 200 thousand 641 jobs in Mexico, so until this month there is a total record of 19 million 902 thousand 833, according to the IMSS.
The number of jobs created in October was 76.23% higher than those recorded the previous month, when the figure was 113 thousand 850.
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With this, the decrease in employment between January and October of this year is 518 thousand 609 posts, of which 90.9% correspond to permanent positions.
Sectors with annual job growth are: electricity (1.4%), agriculture (0.8%) social and communal services (0.5%).
By federal entity, Baja California, Tabasco and Chihuahua have positive annual variation.
As of October 31, the average base contribution salary for IMSS-affiliated jobs reached $401.8 pesos.
The unit noted that this amount represents a nominal annual increase of 7.7%, which is the highest recorded for an October in the last 10 years, as since January 2019 the base contribution salary has recorded nominal annual growths of more than 6%.
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In addition, during the month of October, 27,640 people joined the Domestic Workers Pilot Program, with an average monthly salary of $5,131 pesos.
The institute has registered a million 2 thousand 900 patterns, representing an annual variation rate of -0.01%.
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