make your own job, says mexico's economy minister

i like the spirit of the message that mexico's economy minister delivered in a radio address recently. it's the sort of bootstrapping that is all-too-frequently choked off by regulation, though. (imagine the health code violations! the zoning regulation violations! the taxes and license fees being uncollected! who will protect the children?)

mexico's official unemployment figure is quite low (3.17%) compared with that of the united states (6.4%), but they are apparently measured differently. mexico measures it as people older than 12 who have searched for work, but have not worked more than one hour a week during the month. the united states measures people over 16 who do not have a job, have actively looked for work in the prior four weeks, and are available for work. (actually, it's not clear to me that those are all that different.)

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Dear, Sir, i wanted to work in your Country . My C.V is attached harewith. Sir presently i am working in Pakistan Telecom. Company Ltd. as Accounts Clerk my duties is, Data entry for accounts dept., Handling day-to-day correspondence, Administration control payment of suppliers & Sub-Contractor bill, Inventory control, Payment of labours, Maintantaining of accounts books & petty cash, Cashier, Preparing the payroll and all other secretarial jobs such as typing filing and other routine office works.

Sir, if you accept my request and give me any kind of job in your Country, I shall be very thankful to you.

Regards.

» ABDUL WAHEEE » february 14, 2004 11:24pm

help im only 11 and i need help finding about mexicos economy for a socail project on mexico!!!!

» kelsey (link) » may 14, 2004 2:39pm

hey, that's is a veryvery bad idea

» Francisco » april 18, 2007 7:34am

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