• American jobs in Mexico | Jobs for Americans in Mexico 2015

    http://FindFreedomFirst.com/ Jobs for Americans in Mexico.... it's not the easiest thing to get permission to work south of the border. In this video, I outline a few of your options of you are looking to move to Mexico and want to earn money. http://FindFreedomFirst.com/ If you're like me and you are looking to Mexico as an adventure and a great way to grow as a person, then you will want to look into online marketing as a possible way to fund your travels. Check out the link and find out how I was able to quit my job in the United States and move to Mexico. It's the ultimate freedom to be able to live where you want and not worry about having a job. It frees you up to live your life and explore both the world and yourself. The Laptop Lifestyle... Digital Nomad.. Whatever y...

    published: 22 Feb 2015
  • FAQ: How to Get a Job in Mexico City

    So many of you have been asking about getting a job in Mexico - I hope you find this helpful. Check below for some of the links I mention in the video :) Here's the Link to the myTEFL course I recommended: http://bit.ly/2oeugZo Here are the different job sites I know friends have used here in Mexico: https://www.indeed.com/ https://www.occ.com.mx/ https://www.computrabajo.com.mx/ https://www.empleo.gob.mx/ Here are a few other resources I've found on getting a job in Mexico City: http://www.visahunter.com/articles/how-to-find-a-job-in-mexico-as-a-foreigner/ https://www.justlanded.mx/english/Mexico/Mexico-Guide/Jobs/Finding-a-job For more info on living and traveling to Mexico City, check out my blog: http://eternal-expat.com If you have any experience getting a job in Mexico I'd love ...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • World's Dirtiest Job: Cleaning Mexico City's Sewers

    You think you've got a tough job? Follow the man who goes into the bowels of Mexico City regularly - and loves his job.

    published: 29 Jan 2014
  • Mexico's youth have trouble finding good jobs, education

    Millions of young Mexicans are having trouble finding jobs or getting an education in their country, which according to a recent economic report, is harming productivity. Government statistics show the number of Mexican youth finding jobs or continuing their education has increased about three percent since 2013. But in Latin America's second economy, the fact that those who aren't, still number in the millions, and remains a point of concern. CCTV's Franc Contreras filed this report from Mexico City.

    published: 23 Sep 2015
  • MEXICO: INDIAN'S MIGRATION TO MEXICO CITY PROVES DIFFICULT

    Spanish/Nat More than 200 thousand Indians migrate to Mexico City each year. Looking for better living conditions in the city, most Indians are unable to find a job and forced to go back into poverty. Like most big cities in the world, Mexico City is the Mecca for those looking for better opportunities. Thousands of Indians from Mexico's poor states migrate each year to the capital in search of jobs and better living standards. One of the most notorious groups of Indians who have flocked the streets of Mexico City are the Otomi Indians. It is estimated that around 250-thousand Otomis migrated to the capital this year. They dream of making enough money to escape from the deep misery and neglect faced by indigenous groups across Mexico. But they have found that the ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Mexico: from informal to formal employment

    It's estimated that at least 130 million people in Latin America are working "informally" - without job security, social protection, health insurance or a contract that spells out their working conditions, hours and wages. With informal economy as one of the topics of discussion at the 103rd International Labour Conference, ILO TV reports from one of Mexico's prime tourist destinations, where things are beginning to change.

    published: 12 Jun 2014
  • Sewer diving as a dream job in Mexico - vpro Metropolis

    In a regular sewer people leave their ‘normal business’, but in Mexico City not so much. Sometimes things like refrigerators, cars and ever dead cows are dumped in the sewer there, which makes the sewer clogged. Fortunately Don Julio is there to save the city from its own poo, as he is the city’s one and only sewer diver. ‘People think I'm crazy, but I love my job. It’s so nice, that filthy water.’ vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog ...

    published: 23 Oct 2014
  • Losing American jobs: Carrier goes to Mexico

    Carrier has been manufacturing furnaces out of Indianapolis, Indiana since the 1950s, producing 10,000 a day. Naturally, workers were shocked when the company announced it would be moving jobs to Mexico, calling it a move of "choice and greed," rather than of necessity or survival. RT America’s Ed Schultz reports. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America

    published: 29 Mar 2016
  • Mexican youth struggle through employment

    Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Young people in Mexico struggle with unemployment as the direct effects of hard times in their economy continue. Al Jazeera's Franc Contreras reports from Mexico City.

    published: 06 Apr 2012
  • Moving to Mexico: One man's entire job is to tempt American companies into moving south

    He says the U.S. needs to think globally ◂ RTV6 News brings you the best breaking news coverage in Indiana. News, information & entertainment from RTV6 - Central Indiana's ABC affiliate. Indianapolis, IN, USA theindychannel.com For more download the RTV6 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-rtv6 Android: http://bit.ly/rtv6play

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • Sergio from Mexico - English at Dublin City University - Talking about different jobs

    Listen to English at Dublin City University Student, Sergio, talking about different types of jobs. His English teacher, Ken, then gives feedback.

    published: 01 Oct 2010
  • Mexicans deported from US find new job working at border call centres

    Thousands of Mexicans who were deported from the United States have found employment in call centres in Mexico's northern city of Tijuana and other border cities. In perfect English - some hardly speak Spanish - they converse with American consumers who buy gadgets, have questions about warrantees, or complain about overdue deliveries. Henry Monterroso was raised in California from the age of five and deported to Mexico in 2011, finding himself in a land he barely knew. "The end of your shift comes at 6 o'clock and you get hit by reality out there: You're not in the US," Monterroso said. "While you're here, you still get a sense that you're back home, which I like very much." Many workers spent nearly all their lives in the US and still have family there, which is a major selling poi...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • COST OF RHINOPLASTY IN MEXICO US$1,990 – TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com

    www.TOPPLASTICSURGEONSMEXICO.com / COST OF RHINOPLASTY IN MEXICO US$1,990 www.TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com Phone 1 (Mexico): (0052) 1 55 63 16 98 95 Phone 2 (Mexico): (0052)1 55 68 02 42 72 Email: Contact@TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com TOP PLASTIC SURGEONS MEXICO is the original Pioneer of Plastic Surgery Tourism industry in Mexico - Leader of Quality and affordable plastic surgery cost in Mexico - We are the largest independent global operator focused in Plastic Surgery Holidays in Mexico. We provide All Inclusive Rhinoplasty Plastic Surgery Packages in Mexico at very affordable costs. Visit our website and see all our all inclusive plastic surgery packages and costs. FACE PROCEDURES Rhinoplasty / Nose Surgery - US$1,900 Full Face Lift surgery - US$3,200 Eyelid Surgery - US$1,600 BODY P...

    published: 08 Jul 2016
  • Americans vs Mexico City! Who Will Win!? // Mexico City Vlog

    Win a Southwest Airlines gift card! http://www.kinetickennons.com/giveawayswa/ In todays vlog we explore all of the great things to do in Mexico City! We visited china town, the zocalo, and some of the surrounding neighborhoods around Mexico City! We also go to the feria internacional culturas amigas 2017 → Subscribe to our channel https://goo.gl/nyyK9K → Join our Newsletter https://goo.gl/eB73Y2 → Our Puerto Vallarta travel blog http://www.KineticKennons.com -Contact us- KineticKennons@gmail.com for media inquiries, press mentions, product reviews, tour reviews, etc. -Most Recent Video- https://goo.gl/F0wPMD -Support Us- → https://www.patreon.com/KineticKennons → https://teespring.com/stores/kinetic-kennons → Donate https://goo.gl/evMajh ***Get 10% off your next tour with...

    published: 28 May 2017
  • Moving to Mexico Episode 2: An inside look where Carrier jobs are going

    Monterrey, Mexico: A city of 1 million people that's about to get 1,400 new jobs taken from an Indianapolis Carrier plant. This is a look at what that city can do that Indy can't, and what life is like there, in episode 2 of our Moving to Mexico documentary series.

    published: 26 Apr 2016
  • Mexico's Gulf coast town taking major jobs hit as oil work dries up

    The fall of oil production in Mexico has caused cities on the country’s Gulf coast to fall on hard times. One of the places affected most is Ciudad del Carmen.

    published: 11 Apr 2017
American jobs in Mexico | Jobs for Americans in Mexico 2015

American jobs in Mexico | Jobs for Americans in Mexico 2015

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http://FindFreedomFirst.com/ Jobs for Americans in Mexico.... it's not the easiest thing to get permission to work south of the border. In this video, I outline a few of your options of you are looking to move to Mexico and want to earn money. http://FindFreedomFirst.com/ If you're like me and you are looking to Mexico as an adventure and a great way to grow as a person, then you will want to look into online marketing as a possible way to fund your travels. Check out the link and find out how I was able to quit my job in the United States and move to Mexico. It's the ultimate freedom to be able to live where you want and not worry about having a job. It frees you up to live your life and explore both the world and yourself. The Laptop Lifestyle... Digital Nomad.. Whatever you want to call it, it's still the same thing and that's freedom. That's what it's all about for me. Always has been and always will be. So I assume that if you are looking for "jobs in Mexico" then you are looking for a way to support yourself while you travel and explore - maybe not just Mexico but wherever your heart takes you. The world is your oyster when you can earn money from your computer. http://FindFreedomFirst.com/ American jobs in Mexico Jobs in Mexico Jobs for Americans in Mexico Working in Mexico Are there jobs for Americans in Mexico? Work for gringos in Mexico Earning money in Mexico Making money in Mexico Making a living in Mexico How can an American earn a living in Mexico? #jobsinmexico https://youtu.be/fdkq5Asw2yI
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FAQ: How to Get a Job in Mexico City

FAQ: How to Get a Job in Mexico City

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So many of you have been asking about getting a job in Mexico - I hope you find this helpful. Check below for some of the links I mention in the video :) Here's the Link to the myTEFL course I recommended: http://bit.ly/2oeugZo Here are the different job sites I know friends have used here in Mexico: https://www.indeed.com/ https://www.occ.com.mx/ https://www.computrabajo.com.mx/ https://www.empleo.gob.mx/ Here are a few other resources I've found on getting a job in Mexico City: http://www.visahunter.com/articles/how-to-find-a-job-in-mexico-as-a-foreigner/ https://www.justlanded.mx/english/Mexico/Mexico-Guide/Jobs/Finding-a-job For more info on living and traveling to Mexico City, check out my blog: http://eternal-expat.com If you have any experience getting a job in Mexico I'd love to hear about it in the comments! Thanks as always for watching! xo Laura
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World's Dirtiest Job: Cleaning Mexico City's Sewers

World's Dirtiest Job: Cleaning Mexico City's Sewers

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You think you've got a tough job? Follow the man who goes into the bowels of Mexico City regularly - and loves his job.
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Mexico's youth have trouble finding good jobs, education

Mexico's youth have trouble finding good jobs, education

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Millions of young Mexicans are having trouble finding jobs or getting an education in their country, which according to a recent economic report, is harming productivity. Government statistics show the number of Mexican youth finding jobs or continuing their education has increased about three percent since 2013. But in Latin America's second economy, the fact that those who aren't, still number in the millions, and remains a point of concern. CCTV's Franc Contreras filed this report from Mexico City.
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MEXICO: INDIAN'S MIGRATION TO MEXICO CITY PROVES DIFFICULT

MEXICO: INDIAN'S MIGRATION TO MEXICO CITY PROVES DIFFICULT

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Spanish/Nat More than 200 thousand Indians migrate to Mexico City each year. Looking for better living conditions in the city, most Indians are unable to find a job and forced to go back into poverty. Like most big cities in the world, Mexico City is the Mecca for those looking for better opportunities. Thousands of Indians from Mexico's poor states migrate each year to the capital in search of jobs and better living standards. One of the most notorious groups of Indians who have flocked the streets of Mexico City are the Otomi Indians. It is estimated that around 250-thousand Otomis migrated to the capital this year. They dream of making enough money to escape from the deep misery and neglect faced by indigenous groups across Mexico. But they have found that the capital can offer the same hard life they experienced in the countryside. In Mexico City as well as in the rest of the country, Indians are among the poorest inhabitants and suffer the highest rates of illiteracy and infant mortality. Unskilled and uneducated Indians are unable to find a job. They are forced to scrap for a living and live in the city's slums. Some have no choice but to dwell in abandoned buildings and perform menial jobs. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "When things are tough I can usually make 10 or 15 (pesos), when things go well I sometimes make 25 or 30 pesos. It's the best I can do, starting at 10 to 11 in the night it's all I can do." SUPER CAPTION: Migrant Indian Most Indians are artisans. They rely on their handicrafts for their living. But the recent economic crisis have hit their sales as people are no longer interested in buying crafts from the Indians. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "They are artisans. They specialise in selling rag dolls but due to the conditions, there are no sales, no demand for dolls and hair bands and they are forced to look for other alternatives. They sell gum on the streets, young kids clean car windshields." SUPER CAPTION: VOX pop Without a job and without money some have been forced to live on the streets. Families- mostly headed by unskilled-single women- strive for a living with little help from the government or local charity groups. Those who are lucky can find a temporary shelter in schools. The Indians have accused the government of ignoring their conditions. President Ernesto Zedillo has promised to help them with national programs of education and economic development. In the meantime, these people will be forced to face the hardships of a city plagued by social, political and economics problems. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a648b83a9781496798778da8230010c1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mexico: from informal to formal employment

Mexico: from informal to formal employment

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It's estimated that at least 130 million people in Latin America are working "informally" - without job security, social protection, health insurance or a contract that spells out their working conditions, hours and wages. With informal economy as one of the topics of discussion at the 103rd International Labour Conference, ILO TV reports from one of Mexico's prime tourist destinations, where things are beginning to change.
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Sewer diving as a dream job in Mexico - vpro Metropolis

Sewer diving as a dream job in Mexico - vpro Metropolis

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In a regular sewer people leave their ‘normal business’, but in Mexico City not so much. Sometimes things like refrigerators, cars and ever dead cows are dumped in the sewer there, which makes the sewer clogged. Fortunately Don Julio is there to save the city from its own poo, as he is the city’s one and only sewer diver. ‘People think I'm crazy, but I love my job. It’s so nice, that filthy water.’ vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog in different cultures. More videos and full episodes: www.metropolisweb.tv Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast: vpro Broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC75PWWQrls0z6fh0loY5I4Q vpro Metropolis: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpnazGScKQfGauk7YNyI21w vpro Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9sXw4ZdPEIp6bYGvLW-_iA vpro World Stories: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqJ6GC0klkbFuQa-0ZePqkQ vpro Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A vpro VG (world music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KX3q7zIz7s2rjooBfl6Nw vpro 3voor12 (alternative music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-p9faJQsBObRNiKY8QF2NQ vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgVYRLGraeL9rGMiM3rBHA
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Losing American jobs: Carrier goes to Mexico

Losing American jobs: Carrier goes to Mexico

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Carrier has been manufacturing furnaces out of Indianapolis, Indiana since the 1950s, producing 10,000 a day. Naturally, workers were shocked when the company announced it would be moving jobs to Mexico, calling it a move of "choice and greed," rather than of necessity or survival. RT America’s Ed Schultz reports. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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Mexican youth struggle through employment

Mexican youth struggle through employment

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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Young people in Mexico struggle with unemployment as the direct effects of hard times in their economy continue. Al Jazeera's Franc Contreras reports from Mexico City.
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Moving to Mexico: One man's entire job is to tempt American companies into moving south

Moving to Mexico: One man's entire job is to tempt American companies into moving south

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He says the U.S. needs to think globally ◂ RTV6 News brings you the best breaking news coverage in Indiana. News, information & entertainment from RTV6 - Central Indiana's ABC affiliate. Indianapolis, IN, USA theindychannel.com For more download the RTV6 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-rtv6 Android: http://bit.ly/rtv6play
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Sergio from Mexico - English at Dublin City University - Talking about different jobs

Sergio from Mexico - English at Dublin City University - Talking about different jobs

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Listen to English at Dublin City University Student, Sergio, talking about different types of jobs. His English teacher, Ken, then gives feedback.
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Mexicans deported from US find new job working at border call centres

Mexicans deported from US find new job working at border call centres

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2015
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Thousands of Mexicans who were deported from the United States have found employment in call centres in Mexico's northern city of Tijuana and other border cities. In perfect English - some hardly speak Spanish - they converse with American consumers who buy gadgets, have questions about warrantees, or complain about overdue deliveries. Henry Monterroso was raised in California from the age of five and deported to Mexico in 2011, finding himself in a land he barely knew. "The end of your shift comes at 6 o'clock and you get hit by reality out there: You're not in the US," Monterroso said. "While you're here, you still get a sense that you're back home, which I like very much." Many workers spent nearly all their lives in the US and still have family there, which is a major selling point for Mexico over English-language industry leaders like India and the Philippines. They can chat comfortably about the US housing market and Super Bowl contenders and they know slang. Monterroso's weekly pay of less than 300 US dollars is a humbling drop from the 2,400 US dollars he made in San Diego real estate at the peak of the US housing boom in the mid-2000s. And back in Mexico, the deportees are often ostracised for off-kilter Spanish or seen as outsiders. By the end of the year, Mexico's outsourced call centres will have more than 85-thousand workstations, which may be staffed two or three shifts a day, while there are nearly 490,000 in India and 250-thousand in the Philippines, according to Frost & Sullivan. The industry has prospered in Mexican border cities as deportations spiked under US President Barack Obama. The Mexican government says there were 332,865 deportations from the US last year and more than 1.8 million the previous four years. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/608b447e0497618145203ab9425b06f1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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COST OF RHINOPLASTY IN MEXICO US$1,990 – TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com

COST OF RHINOPLASTY IN MEXICO US$1,990 – TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com

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www.TOPPLASTICSURGEONSMEXICO.com / COST OF RHINOPLASTY IN MEXICO US$1,990 www.TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com Phone 1 (Mexico): (0052) 1 55 63 16 98 95 Phone 2 (Mexico): (0052)1 55 68 02 42 72 Email: Contact@TopPlasticSurgeonsMexico.com TOP PLASTIC SURGEONS MEXICO is the original Pioneer of Plastic Surgery Tourism industry in Mexico - Leader of Quality and affordable plastic surgery cost in Mexico - We are the largest independent global operator focused in Plastic Surgery Holidays in Mexico. We provide All Inclusive Rhinoplasty Plastic Surgery Packages in Mexico at very affordable costs. Visit our website and see all our all inclusive plastic surgery packages and costs. FACE PROCEDURES Rhinoplasty / Nose Surgery - US$1,900 Full Face Lift surgery - US$3,200 Eyelid Surgery - US$1,600 BODY PROCEDURES Breast Implants - US$2,850 Breast Lift - US$2,950 Breast Lift + Implants - US$3,150 Liposuction - US$1,850 Tummy Tuck - US$2,250 Buttock Augmentation (Brazilian ButtLift) + Liposuction - US$2,900 Buttock Implants - US$3,500 Discover our All inclusive Rhinoplasty Plastic and Cosmetic surgery Packages in Mexico. We offer the best plastic surgery costs for Rhinoplasty in Mexico. It's time to have your Rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery at affordable cost. Compare our cost with any other destination... you will be astonished by the price difference of plastic surgery. We work with only the best plastic surgeons in Mexico and with the best cosmetic and plastic surgery private clinics and hospitals in Mexico City. Top Plastic Surgeons Mexico is a new concept of plastic surgery holidays in Mexico. At Top Plastic Surgeons Mexico you will find the best costs for your Rhinoplasty overseas. We work with only the Best Plastic Surgeon Mexico giving you the opportunity to have an affordable Rhinoplasty plastic surgery abroad and cheaper plastic surgery cost. Our Board Certified Plastic Surgeons in Mexico have more than 20 years of experience, and are recognized as Top Mexican plastic surgeons. Mexico is today one of the Best Country for Plastic Surgery Abroad offering the best prices for Cosmetic Surgery holiday packages.
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Americans vs Mexico City! Who Will Win!? // Mexico City Vlog

Americans vs Mexico City! Who Will Win!? // Mexico City Vlog

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Win a Southwest Airlines gift card! http://www.kinetickennons.com/giveawayswa/ In todays vlog we explore all of the great things to do in Mexico City! We visited china town, the zocalo, and some of the surrounding neighborhoods around Mexico City! We also go to the feria internacional culturas amigas 2017 → Subscribe to our channel https://goo.gl/nyyK9K → Join our Newsletter https://goo.gl/eB73Y2 → Our Puerto Vallarta travel blog http://www.KineticKennons.com -Contact us- KineticKennons@gmail.com for media inquiries, press mentions, product reviews, tour reviews, etc. -Most Recent Video- https://goo.gl/F0wPMD -Support Us- → https://www.patreon.com/KineticKennons → https://teespring.com/stores/kinetic-kennons → Donate https://goo.gl/evMajh ***Get 10% off your next tour with Vallarta Food Tours!*** Just enter the coupon code: “Kinetic” whenever you checkout! → https://goo.gl/SieYzr -How we learned to speak Spanish- → http://bit.ly/2pkyyxz → http://www.Duolingo.com How do we stay so fit after eating all of that food? https://goo.gl/XLLubw We moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in March and we have been publishing daily blogs every day since. We like to explore all of the best food, beaches, and things to do in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Follow us on our journey! We write about couples travel, traveling on a mid-range budget, and living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. -Find us on social media- → www.twitter.com/kinetickennons → https://www.instagram.com/kinetickennons/?hl=en → https://www.instagram.com/kinetickennons_beaches/ Main Camera: http://amzn.to/2nUp1NL Action Camera: http://amzn.to/2oS6p1M Macbook: http://amzn.to/2nUgKJY Latest Book I Love: http://amzn.to/2oSdsrm → Who are we? Hey there! We are Greg and Hillary – a husband and wife team that loves traveling, going on adventures, and helping others do the same! Although we love traveling, at this point in time, we still have full time 9-5 jobs in Dallas, Texas. In August of 2016, we packed up our things, Greg quit his job, and we moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! Hillary is working remotely for her CPA firm and Greg is working on this site full time. We view ourselves as fairly ordinary people, complete with an ordinary income, ordinary jobs, and (unfortunately) an ordinary amount of student loan debt (thanks UNT!). I know what you are thinking, “Aren’t travel blogs supposed to be written by hippies that don’t have jobs and live in hostels?!” Well don’t you worry, we are working on making that happen! Although we hope to become full time travelers in the next 1-2 years, this site is not necessarily aimed at people that want to travel full time. Our hope is not that you quit your job and become a long haired, bearded, Volkswagen van driving hippy. Instead, our hope is that after reading our stories you are more inspired to live a more fulfilling life from 5pm-9am! Why such the emphasis on how ordinary we are? Although we love reading travel blogs, it is easy to feel disconnected from the writers at times. It seems as though they are leading such extraordinary lives that they are somehow doing something that is unreachable to the “average” person. We are here to prove that wrong. We are here to tell you that even if you work a full-time job and only get two weeks of vacation each year-you still have the power to design an adventurous life for yourself. Afterall, that is exactly where we started before leaving it all behind to live la vida loca! After having several caffeine induced conversations about how people should travel more and shift their priorities in a way that will lead to a more fulfilling life, we decided to share our stories with you. Our purpose in creating Kinetic Kennons is to share our stories of travels, adventures, and funny mishaps and to inspire others to design a life full of exploration. Throughout this site you will find posts about how to go on a cheap weekend trip, funny stories such as the time Hillary forgot to update her passport before an international trip, and inspirational rants on why you should lead a more adventurous life!
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Moving to Mexico Episode 2: An inside look where Carrier jobs are going

Moving to Mexico Episode 2: An inside look where Carrier jobs are going

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Monterrey, Mexico: A city of 1 million people that's about to get 1,400 new jobs taken from an Indianapolis Carrier plant. This is a look at what that city can do that Indy can't, and what life is like there, in episode 2 of our Moving to Mexico documentary series.
https://wn.com/Moving_To_Mexico_Episode_2_An_Inside_Look_Where_Carrier_Jobs_Are_Going
Mexico's Gulf coast town taking major jobs hit as oil work dries up

Mexico's Gulf coast town taking major jobs hit as oil work dries up

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The fall of oil production in Mexico has caused cities on the country’s Gulf coast to fall on hard times. One of the places affected most is Ciudad del Carmen.
https://wn.com/Mexico's_Gulf_Coast_Town_Taking_Major_Jobs_Hit_As_Oil_Work_Dries_Up