Millennium Development Goals, Mexico

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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1. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER
  
2. ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION 3. PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN 4. REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY 5. IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH 6. COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES 7. ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 8. DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
 

Target 1.B. Achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women and young people

1.5. Employment-to-population ratio (referred to working age population) - UN official


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1995 - 2016
(Percentage)
State
   2016   
Total Men Women
Estados Unidos Mexicanos 57.4 74.7 41.7
Aguascalientes 57.6 74.4 42.6
Baja California 59.8 74.4 45.6
Baja California Sur 63.1 76.8 49.1
Campeche 58.7 78.6 40.0
Coahuila de Zaragoza 59.2 76.7 42.4
Colima 64.2 77.1 51.9
Chiapas 54.0 79.8 30.4
Chihuahua 58.4 75.9 41.8
Ciudad de Mexico 58.4 70.6 47.7
Durango 58.7 76.7 42.1
Guanajuato 57.9 74.6 43.3
Guerrero 57.1 74.5 41.6
Hidalgo 56.1 74.9 40.2
Jalisco 59.6 75.7 44.7
Mexico 56.0 73.4 40.7
Michoacan de Ocampo 58.4 77.9 41.0
Morelos 54.8 70.7 41.0
Nayarit 61.5 75.8 48.2
Nuevo Leon 58.7 75.2 42.8
Oaxaca 57.3 74.6 42.2
Puebla 58.7 77.6 42.1
Queretaro 51.7 68.3 36.8
Quintana Roo 65.1 81.1 49.3
San Luis Potosi 57.2 76.3 40.2
Sinaloa 58.8 73.8 44.6
Sonora 60.1 74.0 46.8
Tabasco 54.1 73.2 36.7
Tamaulipas 58.8 75.5 44.2
Tlaxcala 59.4 76.3 44.4
Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave 50.4 72.1 31.3
Yucatan 62.7 78.4 48.0
Zacatecas 54.4 74.1 36.5
Note: The series of employed population and working age population used to calculate this ratio correspond to employed persons aged 15 and over and the population aged 15 years and over respectively. That was due to the amendment of Political Constitution of Mexico in his article 123, implemented in june 2014, which increased to 15 years old the minimum legal working age. The change was made for the complete series, in order to provide comparable data over time considered.
Source:  STPS based on figures from INEGI. ENE and ENOE (various years).
    Baja California
 

Indicator/classification Variation
2016 / 1995 2016 / 2015
Total 2.1 points 0.2 points
Men -3.0 points 0.1 points
Women 7.3 points 0.3 points
Updating date: March 30th, 2017
Next update: March, 2018



  

ABOUT THE MDGs

THE MDGs IN MEXICO

What are they?   Monitoring the MDGs
Millennium Declaration National Reports
UN Manuals Comparative UN – Mexico indicators
Global Reports How is Mexico doing?
Reports from Latin America and the Caribbean Committee for the SDGs and responsible State Units for the MDGs
UN agencies for the MDGs Calendar of indicator updates
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The MDGs at subnational level

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