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Chargers

Occupation (9331) - 2023-Q4

  • 327k, Workforce
  • $5.47k MX, Average monthly salary
  • 33.9, Average age
  • 44.7, Weekly hours worked
  • 5.28, Weekly days worked
  • 4.63%, Workforce with second job
  • 59.6%, Informal Workforce
  • 8.84, Average years of Schooling

About Chargers

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The workforce of Chargers during fourth quarter of 2023 was 327k people, whose salary averaged $5.47k MX working around 44.7 hours per week.

The average age of Chargers was 33.9 years. The workforce was distributed in 98% men with an average salary of $5.46k MX and, 2.04% women with average salary of $6.11k MX.

The best average salaries received by Chargers were in Nayarit ($8.22k MX), Nuevo León ($8k MX), and Coahuila de Zaragoza ($7.65k MX) while the workforce was larger in Estado de México (68.9k), Jalisco (27.5k), and Ciudad de México (21.3k).

In terms of industries, the best average salaries were in Building Installations and Equipmen ($17.2k MX), Building Installations and Equipment ($17.2k MX), and Foundations, Prefabricated Structures Assembly and Exterior Construction Works ($10.8k MX), while the workforce was concentrated on Retail Trade of Groceries and Food (61.9k), Beauty Salons and Clinics, Public Baths and Washrooms, and Shoeshine Shops (37.2k), and Services Related to Air Transportation (35.8k).

1.27% of the total informal workers correspond to women with an average salary of $2.89k MX and 98.7% to men with an average salary of $4.99k MX.

At the level of states, Puebla had the highest percentage of informal workers with 87.1% corresponding to 12.2k from 14k workers, while the state with the lowest percentage of informal workers was Sinaloa with a 31.6% corresponding to 3.55k from 11.2k workers.

Workforce and Salaries Evolution

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  • 327k, Workforce 2023-Q4
  • $5.47k MX, Average monthly salary 2023-Q4

At fourth quarter of 2023, the people who worked as Chargers were 327k being a 3.53% lower than the third quarter of 2023. (339k).

In the same period, an average salary of $5.47k MX was observed, registering an increase of 4.97%, compared to the third quarter of 2023 ($5.21k MX).

Workforce by State

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The states with the highest number of Chargers during the fourth quarter of 2023 were Estado de México (68.9k), Jalisco (27.5k), and Ciudad de México (21.3k)

Comparing the first quarter of 2021 and the fourth quarter of 2023, the main positive variations occurred in Guanajuato and Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave with an increase of 9.33k (84.5%) and 4.07k (26.8%), respectively. On the other hand, the negative variations were accentuated in Ciudad de México and Sinaloa with a decrease of 6.66k (23.8%) and 5.5k (32.9%), respectively.

Salaries by State

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The states with the best average salaries for Chargers during fourth quarter of 2023 were Nayarit ($8.22k MX), Nuevo León ($8k MX), and Coahuila de Zaragoza ($7.65k MX)

Comparing the first quarter of 2021 and the fourth quarter of 2023, the positive salary growth was higher in San Luis Potosí and Sonora with an increase of $2k MX (52.2%) and $1.91k MX (36.8%), respectively. Por otro lado, las variaciones salariales negativas se acentuaron en Colima and Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave with a decrease of $3.45k MX (36.5%) and $1.11k MX (17.6%), respectively.

Average Salary and Workforce by Sex and Age

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Average Age 2023-Q4: 34, Men

At fourth quarter of 2023, the male workforce in Chargers represented the 98% of the employed population and women 2.04%. The male workforce was higher in the age group of 15 to 24 years (98.5k), while the female workforce was higher in the age group of 25 to 34 years (3.11k).

The highest average salary was $6.07k MX received by men from 25 to 34 years, while the lowest average salary was $4.82k MX received by men from 55 to 64 years.

* The data regarding salaries have low statistical precision so it should not be used as conclusions.

Average Salary and Workforce by Gender and Schooling Years

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Average Schooling in Years (2023-Q4): 8.78, Men

At fourth quarter of 2023 the male workforce in Chargers was higher in the educational segment with 7 to 9 years of schooling (122k), while the female workforce was higher in the educational segment with 10 to 12 years of schooling (5.74k).

The highest average salary was $5.8k MX received by men with 10 to 12 years of schooling, while the lowest average salary was $4.76k MX received by men with 0 to 3 years of schooling.

* The data regarding salaries have low statistical precision so it should not be used as conclusions.

Workforce and Salaries Distribution by Industries

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The visualization shows the distribution of Chargers in different industries and economic sectors.

At fourth quarter of 2023, the workforce was higher in Retail Trade of Groceries and Food (29.6%), Beauty Salons and Clinics, Public Baths and Washrooms, and Shoeshine Shops (17.8%), and Services Related to Air Transportation (17.1%).

In the same period, the best average salaries were received in Building Installations and Equipmen ($17.2k MX), Building Installations and Equipment ($17.2k MX), and Foundations, Prefabricated Structures Assembly and Exterior Construction Works ($10.8k MX).

Labor Informality

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Labor Informality

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Labor Informality 2023-Q4

  • 59.6%, Chargers
  • 54.8%, Average Informality in Mexico

During the fourth quarter of 2023, the labor informality of Chargers reached a 59.6%, which implied an increase from 2.03 percentage points compared to the third quarter of 2023  (57.6%).

The labor informality of this occupation was higher than informality at the country level in 4.85 percentage points during the fourth quarter of 2023.

Labor Informality by State

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Greater Labor Informality: 87.1%, Puebla

Less Labor Informality: 31.6 %, Sinaloa

At fourth quarter of 2023, the states with the highest rate of labor informality in Chargers were Puebla (87.1%), Oaxaca (86.8%), and Zacatecas (85.6%).

The states with the lowest informality rate were Colima (37.2%), Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave (34.8%), and Sinaloa (31.6%).

Labor Informality by Age and Education

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Workforce

The workforce of Chargers during the fourth quarter of 2023 was higher in the age group with 15 to 24 years concentrating 101k workers of which 38.2% corresponds to formal employment (38.5k) and 61.8% to informal employment (62.4k).

Regarding the schooling years, the workforce was higher in the range with 7 to 9 years of schooling concentrating 123k workers of which 37.2%  corresponds to formal employment (45.7k) and 62.8% corresponds to informal employment (77.2k).