Puerto Vallarta accounts for one out of every three jobs lost in Jalisco during March

During the month of March, when social isolation began to battle the spread of COVID-19, Jalisco lost 6,026 formal jobs. Puerto Vallarta and its tourism sector was the municipality hardest hit by this crisis.

According to the economic report of the Institute of Statistical and Geographical Information of Jalisco (IIEG), during March in real terms, Jalisco recorded a total of 10,667 job losses, however, it also accounted for 4,640 new jobs, totaling the number of 6,226 fewer jobs in the state.

Puerto Vallarta represents one out of every three job . . .

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