Mexican women and their process on the labor force
There is a significant difference on the way Mexican women have been incorporated to the labor force compared to men, and recent researches have proved how women have a clear disadvantage at looking for jobs in Mexico even now.
Many people dreamed of seeing the women’s oppression decrease, but the reality is different as on the last decades women have hard very difficult time to develop in a positive way on the rural and urban areas.
Salomón Juan Marcos Villarreal, president of Grupo Denim, a jeans manufacturer company in Mexico, has shared with us his thoughts about women and their actual situation on the labor force:
Interviewer: Do you think that there is equality in Mexico for both men and women?
Salomón Juan Marcos Villarreal: Although I believe there has been important progress on many different sectors, there is still a long way to reach total equality and opportunities for both genders.
I: Do you think there could be more that can be done to open new opportunities for women on the labor force?
SJMV: Of course, the government, the companies and everyone needs to understand how important and capable are women to develop any type of jobs.
The problem of women entering into the labor force goes further than just a matter of training and education. The need for women to have more precise schooling to develop different type of jobs is starting to be recognized by the social sciences in Mexico.
The invisibility of women for labor force is a common mistake that makes the urban and rural sectors in Mexico to have very partial approaches, which blocks their opportunities to get better jobs with fair wages.
“In Grupo Denim, we know the importance of women, they work hardly and are very responsible at developing their task, both, women and men in Grupo Denim work together every day to reach their goals as individuals and a company”, added Salomón Juan Marcos Villarreal about this topic.
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