The holder of the Secretary of Labor of the State of Mexico, Martha Hilda González Calderón, reported that as a result of the coordination actions to recover jobs, in Nezahualcóyotl a total of 1,512 people have found work.
Derived from visiting region XI of NezahualcóyotlHe explained that to achieve the recovery of the Mexican entity, after the impact of the pandemic, a work of coordination has had to be carried out between all public sectors.
“When the three levels of government work in coordination, any challenge can be faced, proof of this was the economic reactivation of the country and the entity, which was possible with the joint work with the municipalities for vaccination in the Mexico state and in particular with the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl”, He deepened
In this sense, he stated that in this municipality nine job fairs face-to-face and six remotely.
“The effects that the labor sector had were addressed in a special way and with an investment of 11.2 million pesos, citizens of this municipality were benefited with the Unemployment Support Program“, said.
He elaborated that with the program Promotion of Self-employment more than a hundred people received free training for the job and the delivery of machinery, tools and equipment.
At the same time, he stated that, through the Training and Training Institute for Industrial Work (ICATI) 9,252 people were trained through 469 courses and 2,422 entrepreneurs were advised to strengthen their productive projects.
“When the three levels of government work in coordination, any challenge can be faced, proof of this was the economic reactivation of the country and the entity, which was possible with the joint work with the municipalities for vaccination in the State of Mexico and in particular with the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl”, He specified.
Martha Hilda highlighted that the actions carried out by the Orange Care Center for Women, which provided 9,406 psychological, legal and social work services, 296,687 beneficiaries were also served with social programs, such as Pink Salaries, Food Baskets, School Breakfasts and Community Productive Projects.
In addition, 28,454 scholarships were awarded, of which six out of 10 were for women and the delivery of 254,113 packages of school supplies was guaranteed.
“It has been a work close to the citizens, fulfilling commitments and always maintaining a respectful and institutional coordination with the government of the Mexico statehe commented.