Junior Colleges

Industry Group (6112)

 2021-Q3: $870B MX, Gross Domestic Product

DENUE May 2020: 412, Economic units

Jan-Sep 2021: US$0, Foreign Direct Investment

2021-Q2 : $6.76k MX, Average Monthly Salary

2021-Q2 : 1.7M, Workforce

2021-Q2 : 64.7%, Female Workforce

2021-Q2: 42.1, Average Age

In the third quarter of 2021 the gross domestic product was $870B MX, 6.48% less than the previous quarter.

According DENUE 2021, Junior Colleges registered 412 economic units. The states with the highest number of economic units were Estado de México (53), Ciudad de México (50), and Jalisco (27).

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, total gross production was $851M MX. The states with the highest total gross production were Ciudad de México ($317M MX) and Nuevo León ($108M MX).

For its part, total income reached $851M MX in 2019, being the states with the highest income Ciudad de México ($318M MX) and Nuevo León ($108M MX).

Economic activities are related if they require similar knowledge or inputs. In 2014 in Junior Colleges the states with the highest affinity were Nuevo León (0.76), Chihuahua (0.74), Coahuila de Zaragoza (0.71), Querétaro (0.7), and Baja California (0.69).

During the second quarter of 2021 in Junior Colleges the workforce was 1.7M people, 35.3% men and 64.7% women. In addition, the average monthly salary informed was $6.76k MX.

During the same period, occupations with the highest number of workers in Junior Colleges were Primary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, and Pre-School Teachers.

At the state level, the occupied population of Junior Colleges was concentrated in List Estado de México,Chiapas,Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave.

The average age of workers in Junior Colleges in the second quarter of 2021 was 42.1 years. In the same period, the average schooling of the workforce of Junior Colleges, was 16 years.

Salaries and Workforce

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Average Monthly Salary 2021-Q2: $6.76k MX

Working population 2021-Q2: 1.7M

In the second quarter of 2021, the workforce in Junior Colleges it was of 1.7M people, 35.3% men with a reported average monthly salary of $7.17k MX and 64.7% women with a salary of $6.55k MX.

Of the total employed population, 92.9% of the total workforce were formal workers with an average monthly salary of $6.98k MX, while he 7.13% corresponds to informal workers with an average salary of $4.01k MX.

Salaries and Workforce by Occupations and States

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In the second quarter of 2021 the occupations with the highest number of workers were Primary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, and Pre-School Teachers.

At the state level, the workforce of Junior Colleges was concentrated on Estado de México, Chiapas, and Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave.

Gross Domestic Product

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Gross domestic product 2021-Q3: $870B MX

Gross Domestic Product 2020: $909B MX

* Data displayed corresponds to the sector Educational Services since the information at lower levels of disaggregation is not available.

In the third quarter of 2021, Educational Services recorded a gross domestic product of $870B MX, evidencing a drop of 6.48% compared to the previous quarter and an increase of 1.89% compared to the same period of the previous year.

* Current values, at current prices, base year 2013. Excludes taxes on products.

Production Indicators by State

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According to data from the Economic Census 2019,  313 economic units were totaled in Junior Colleges, highlighting Estado de México (41), Ciudad de México (39), and Puebla (21).

Total gross production was $851M MX. The states with the highest total gross production were Ciudad de México ($317M MX) and Nuevo León ($108M MX).

Total income reached $851M MX in 2019, being the states with the highest income Ciudad de México ($318M MX) and Nuevo León ($108M MX).

* It is recommended to consider the values as approximations of the real value because some records have been anonymized due to confidentiality principles.

Production Indicators by Municipality

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According to dato from Economic Census 2014, Junior Colleges had a total of 93 economic units and the municipalities with the highest number of economic units were Venustiano Carranza (15), Guadalajara (11), and Cuauhtémoc (10)

Total income eached $266M MX and the municipalities with the highest income were Venustiano Carranza ($148M MX), Benito Juárez ($24.7M MX), and Guadalajara ($18.6M MX).

Total expenditures were $164M MX and the municipalities with the highest expenditures were Venustiano Carranza ($106M MX), Benito Juárez ($12M MX), and Guadalajara ($10.5M MX).

On the other hand, in 2014 there were 867 employees dependent on economic units and the municipalities with the highest number of employees were Venustiano Carranza (196), Guadalajara (116), and Monterrey (114).

* Any inconsistency between the data at the state and municipal level is due to the anonymization methodologies applied to the data, also municipalities not shown in the visualization have been anonymized.

Economic Units

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The visualization shows the number of economic units in Junior Colleges according to the number of employees.

According to DENUE data published in November 2021, 191 companies with 0 to 10 employees were registered (equal number of companies as the previous period). In the same period, 189 companies with 11 to 50 employees were registered (1 companies less than the previous period).

19 companies with 51 to 100 employees were registered in 2021 (equal number of companies as the previous period). Likewise, 12 companies with more than 101 employees were registered (equal number of companies as the previous period).

Source National Statistical Directory of Economic Units (DENUE)

Diversification Frontier

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The Affinity-Complexity visualization compares the risk and strategic value of a potential industry's opportunities in a territory. Affinity  is a predictor of the probability that a state increases its market size in an industry. Complexity  is associated with higher levels of income, potential for economic growth, lower levels of inequality and lower emissions.

Specialization and Opportunity

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The states with the highest degree of development opportunity in Junior Colleges according to Relatedness were Sonora (0.67), Jalisco (0.59), and Tamaulipas (0.48). The Relatedness measures the distance between an industry and the current industrial composition in each state. The presented entities register a level of specialization lower than one unit (RCA <1).

Workforce by Schooling Years, Age Range and Gender

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Average Age 2021-Q2: 42.1

Average Years of Schooling 2021-Q2: 16

The visualization shows the workforce of Junior Colleges by age group and years of schooling, comparing men and women.

In the second quarter of 2021 in Junior Colleges the average age for women was 41 years and the average schooling was 16 years.

The average age of men in the Junior Colleges workforce was 44 years, while the average schooling was 16 years during second quarter of 2021.

* The visualization omits the range of schooling "Not Specified".