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These are the best and lowest paid careers, by IMCO (#ComparaCarreras 2019)

Better Paid: Medicine; Worst Paid: Music and Theater Arts. Know the rest of the list and pay on average.

In Mexico, a career Medicine is best paid, with a diameter 17 thousand 449 pesos per month; double the worst paid, which is music and art with eight thousand 385 pesos a month, according to the Mexican Competitiveness Institute (IMCO).

According to its 'Comparison Carreras' tool 2019, a platform with data on the profitability of university and technical professions, reference is made to The national average wage is 6 thousand 687 pesos and the average wage of professionals is 12 thousand 076 pesos a month,

The research organization states that 10 races or professions better paid, according to their average monthly wages are: medicine 17 thousand 449 pesos; electronics and automation 15 thousand 109 pesos and ecological sciences 14 thousand 320 pesos.

Following: marketing and advertising 13 thousand 765 pesos; trade and trade 13 ths. 750 pesos; accounting and supervision 13 ths. 357 pesos; mathematics 13 thousand 232 pesos; construction and civil engineering 12 ths. 858 pesos; engineering and metallurgy 12 ths. 843 pesos, industrial engineering, mechanics, electronics and technology 12 thousand 581 pesos.

On the other hand The 10 worst paid races are: music and arts eight thousand 385 pesos on average per month; teacher training for further education services eight thousand 484 pesos; work and social attention eight thousand 575 pesos; therapy and rehabilitation of eight thousand 639 pesos and teacher education for primary education, pre-school level eight thousand 724 pesos.

Also, audiovisual technology and media production of eight thousand 973 pesos; teacher education, multidisciplinary or general programs nine thousand 040 pesos; dentistry and dentistry nine thousand 230 pesos; counseling and counseling nine thousand 645 pesos and economy nine thousand 692 pesos per month.

IMCO emphasizes that the labor market level of Mexicans has increased because in 2018 it was one fifth (21 percent) higher education in the labor market compared to 19% in 2008.

This has allowed university students to perform various assignments for bachelor's graduates, as 57 percent work as a specialist or technical worker against 13 percent of high school graduates.

Although the economic benefits of the university have decreased, they are still considerable because of the graduate in 2008 it was on average 88 percent higher than in 1989. In 2018 it was 72 percent.

According to "Comparison Carreras" 2019, more education also means less informality, as degree education reduces the risk of employment in the informal sector by 50% compared to the GCSE, with an informality rate of 23% versus 47%.

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