Although in June Mexicali recorded 2,763 new jobs, the city observed a decline in that figure last month.
In July, the city recorded 455 new jobs.
The Center of Economic Studies of Baja California told La Crónica newspaper the so-called formal sector observed an impact in job creation previously to June
Between March and May the city recorded 863 new jobs.
The center said informal jobs — those that provide no benefits to workers — have increased in the year.
Trade recorded 378 new jobs, followed by Construction with 232 and Manufacturing with 213.
Agriculture reported a loss of 321 jobs, Social Services lost 300 and Mining reported 52 less jobs in June. While Ensenada reported 1,415 new jobs last month, Tijuana lost 796 — especially in manufacturing and services.