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app economy app development
App Development and Software Market Grows 8% in Mexico
February 23, 2017

New data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) shows that the country has grown more than 8% in the software and app development market.

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Mexico Accounts for Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs in the Global App Economy: Report
September 1, 2016

A new paper has discovered that Mexico accounts for over 225,000 jobs in the global app economy, and the country’s connection…

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Guadalajara
New Data from Ijalti Paints Clearer Picture on IT Talent Situation in Guadalajara
August 18, 2016

In order to better understand the talent supply and demand issue in Guadalajara, Ijalti conducted a survey with the most important IT multinationals and SMEs operating in the state of Jalisco.

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Mexico
How can Mexico Improve its Attraction Rate as an Outsourcing Destination?
June 14, 2016

Mexico’s classical advantages as an IT outsourcing (ITO) and business process outsourcing (BPO) destination for US companies are clear: the country’s time…

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Mexico vs Austin: The Wage Gap Is Substantial
May 21, 2016

While the talent gap between the locations is no longer substantial, the wage gap is.

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The Peso’s Value Is Making Mexico Nearshoring an Even Better Value Proposition
May 6, 2016

Mexico’s service providers are a great buy at any price — the peso’s value makes them a bargain too good to pass up.

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mexico tech growth
New Report Says Mexico’s Tech Services Sector Is on a High-Growth Trajectory
April 19, 2016

“Few other countries can deliver the full gamut of technology and business process outsourcing services.”

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mexico engineering
Mexico Is a World Leader in Engineering and Computer Science Grads
December 3, 2015

Mexico is 8th in the world with 113,944 graduates each year in the engineering, manufacturing, and construction field.

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Hotel Expansion Continues to Boom Throughout Mexico
November 27, 2015

There are currently at least 53 new hotel projects under construction in Mexico that will add nearly 9,000 rooms.

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