• 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ricardo in Mexico City: Employee Testimonials

    From scoring massive projects to high scores on the field of play, Ricardo Maysen uses soccer to find balance in his life goals and his work. Share your talent within talent. Schneider Electric™ is looking for people with a passion for success — on the job and beyond. Power your career, with the global specialist in energy management and automation. Apply online today at: schneider-electric.jobs

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • 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: 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
  • How to find a job in Mexico

    This video will show you how easy and fast you can change your life and start living and working in paradise Cancun, Mexico and become a part of our vacation club sales team here in amazing Villa del Palmar Cancun. Some of the questions that will be answered: Why should I Live in Cancun? WHY WORKING IN SALES? Why working with us? How do I apply? Send us your resume with a photo to talent@villagroupcancun.com Cancun careers with Villa Group in Mexico offer you the chance to change the direction of your life for the better. For details about job descriptions and the relocation process please visit: http://www.salescareerscaribe.com/ You can apply through website or send me your resume with a photo to talent@villagroupcancun.com. To see the place you will have a chance to work in please vi...

    published: 02 May 2016
  • 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
  • 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
  • Closer look at Indians living in Mexico City

    July 10, 2001 1. Wide shot street market 2. Medium shot little Indian kids playing 3. Close up face of Indian teenager 4. Medium shot Indian teenager at market 5. Close up Indian baby sleeping on street 6. Medium shot Indian woman selling potatoes 7. Medium shot Indian woman cutting lettuce 8. Close up hands of Indian woman cutting potatoes 9. Wide shot of Francisca Esquivel Esquivel, Indigenous woman from Michoacan starts speaking before it zooms 10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Francisca Esquivel Esquivel, indigenous woman from Michoacan: "It was very painful when I came here. I told you I have three kids and I have to work and if I don�t work who�s going to give me the money to support them? So I have to work at any cost, some times it�s raining and I have to bring them here anyway w...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • MEXICO: MEXICO CITY: UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES CONTINUE TO CLIMB

    Spanish/Nat As the economic crisis deepens, many in Mexico can't find work and face a long and hard summer. Although Mexican pundits state the economy is recovering from the dramatic plunge of the peso, unemployment continues to climb. As a result of the steep devaluation of the peso last December, Mexicans are turning from the dramatic to the bizarre to make ends meet. Interest rates are running over 80 per cent annually on credit cards, home mortgages and loans. Housing and cars are being reposed. Businesses are failing. The government has tried to restrain wage increases. There has been a quadrupling of interest rates. More painful still has been the hike in the nation's value added tax from ten per cent to 15 per cent. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "The cr...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • How Much Money I Made Teaching in Mexico || charlycheer

    I wouldn't recommend teaching in Mexico if you're looking for the big bucks. I taught in Mexico for the experience of what it's like to teach there along with wanting to experience the beautiful culture. The pay in Mexico is very low so if you're only looking to make money, I'd say there are other countries you should try first. However, if you want to experience the beauty of the country along with making a bit of money, Mexico is a beautiful place. ♥ My Website: http://www.charlycheer.com/ Skype chats for teaching and travel coaching available on my website! ♥ Skype Consultations! http://www.charlycheer.com/consultation/ ♥My Blog: http://www.charlycheer.com/blog/ ♥My ASMR Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYkZfwlvp64vhBt6KL3BSSA/videos ♥Couple Channel: Charly&Annie https://...

    published: 11 Jun 2016
  • jobs in mexico

    getting a job in mexico

    published: 14 Sep 2016
  • This Town Has More Job Openings Than Residents

    A town in southern New Zealand has too many jobs and not enough people. The town of Kaitangata only has 800 residents, yet has 1,000 job openings. The Mayor of Kaitangata stated, “we have unemployment down to two, not two percent, but 2 young people.” Kaitangata is offering attractive relocation packages for housing and land at $230,000. If relocation to rural areas dies out, it could have a broader impact on the socio-economic landscape for countries like New Zealand. Elliot Hill and Jason Venzor discuss the surplus of employment in southern New Zealand. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/29/tiny-new-zealand-town-with-too-many-jobs-launches-drive-to-recruit-outsiders Make up to $10k per week with this secret formula to make money no matter what happens in the market! https://t...

    published: 02 Jul 2016
  • Jobs in MEXICO City for freshers & graduates. industries, companies. MEXICO

    jobs in mexico city for us citizens jobs in mexico city for bilinguals types of jobs in mexico mexico jobs for foreigners english teaching jobs in mexico city list of jobs in mexico jobs in mexico resorts jobs in cancun mexico for english speakers mexico city jobs - craigslist https://mexicocity.craigslist.com.mx/search/jjj?lang=en&cc=us mexico city jobs - craigslist. ... internship non-profit telecommute. ▸▾ employment type. full-time; part-time; contract; employee's choice. reset update search. list Jobs in Mexico City - Mexico - for English Speaking Professionals www.jobsinmexicocity.com/ Jobs in Mexico City and Mexico for professionals and expats seeking employment opportunities with English as the main working language. ‎Administrative · ‎Shipping & Logistics · ‎IT & Technology Mexi...

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • LEAVING MEXICO AND GETTING A REAL JOB 😕

    Today I leave Mexico city, to go back home and get a real job. Mike: https://www.youtube.com/user/friskyb Exploring Crew: https://www.youtube.com/c/exploringcrew MY SHOP: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/Exploringwithcody ● Instagram: http://instagram.com/codybuffinton ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/CodyBuffinton ● Snapchat: CodyBuffinton ● Facebook: https://facebook.com/sircodybuffinton ● Website: http://codybuffinton.com ___ My Equipment: Canon 5DMK3 (Main Camera): https://goo.gl/cVLt6x Tokina 17-35 (Main Lens): https://goo.gl/FUsY1Z Dji Phantom 4 (Drone): https://goo.gl/fwHzEv Canon G7x (Backup Camera): https://goo.gl/ofWHKB Rode Videomic Pro (Microphone): https://goo.gl/6POq8I Manfrotto Compact Tripod (Tripod/Selfie stick): https://goo.gl/ViiYSQ Neewer LED panel (light): https://goo....

    published: 10 Dec 2016
  • A dirty but necessary job: sewer diving in Mexico City

    Julio Cesar Cu has a job that most people would never want, unclogging sewage pipes and pumps for Mexico City's sewage system. He dives into waters exposing him to chemical, animal and human waste all for an estimated salary of $480 a month.

    published: 07 Jul 2015
  • Mexico: Streets Not Paved with Gold

    As global population rises, projected to reach 7 billion in October 2011, so does the population of the world's cities. Thousands of young people live as homeless on the streets of Mexico City, the world's eighth largest city. Many of them, who had fled their homes because of lack of jobs or family violence now find themselves in squalid and often dangerous conditions.

    published: 26 Oct 2011
  • How Americans live in Mexico

    Facebook: https://fb.com/negritogrand Instagram: @negritograndemexico Twitter: @jaddianforte Check out my blogs: http://negritograndedailyblog.blogspot.mx DONATE & BE PART OF MY SUPPORT THE JOURNEY COMMUNITY: https://www.paypal.me/negritogrande

    published: 21 Sep 2015
  • Behind the Scenes in Mexico City: U.S.-Mexico Jobs Talks

    On the third and final leg of a three-nation Latin America mission focused on jobs, energy, and economic security, U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and a bipartisan House delegation meet with Mexican President Felipe Calderon at Los Pinos, the office and residence of Mexico's president, then participate in a roundtable discussion led by U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne with Mexico's Secretary of Economy, Bruno Ferrari, and other top Mexican jobs officials. Mexico is the United States' third-largest export partner. U.S. trade with Mexico, which has flourished in the 18 years since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was launched, is vital to U.S. jobs.

    published: 14 Jan 2012
  • Mexico City Must See - Frida Kahlo's House // Gringos in Mexico City Vlog

    → Subscribe to our channel https://goo.gl/nyyK9K -Find our content valuable? Help support us so that we don’t have to rely on annoying Youtube ads- → https://www.patreon.com/KineticKennons → Donate https://goo.gl/evMajh -Find us on social media- →www.twitter.com/kinetickennons → https://www.instagram.com/greg_the_gringo/ → https://www.instagram.com/kinetickennons/?hl=en → http://www.Facebook.com/KineticKennons → Snapchat - KineticKennons Check out our new Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MeEncantaMexico/ →Help us Translate: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCdoIhpEz2UO8vpVlhQYLrGA -Business Inquiries- KineticKennons@gmail.com for media inquiries, press mentions, product reviews, tour reviews, or just to say hey! -Most Recent Video- https://goo.gl/...

    published: 09 Dec 2017
  • A Job In Cancus City Mexico Offers Huge Money

    A job in Sachs Mexico City Offers Huge Money. 12 40 lakh rupees in exchange for 6 months living in this city, this is the reason There is a good news for people looking for a dream job. A tourism website is offering 60 thousand dollars (about 40 lakh rupees) jobs to people for just 6 months to stay in Mexico City City Cancun. Candidates selected in this Job of the Cancun Experience Officer will have to promote only city tourism. Apart from this, you have to share your experiences about hotels, restaurants and different travel sites in the city. In addition to salaries, all the expenses of the officer will also be taken into the website while staying in the city. Apply for jobs like this ... The most important thing about this job is that no experience has been sought from the applicant for...

    published: 13 Nov 2017
  • Mexican youth struggle to find jobs

    Young people in Mexico are facing an unemployment rate that is nearly twice the national average. More than 7 million young Mexicans between the age of 15 and 29 are jobless, "the majority of those of us who graduated from university don't have anywhere to get a full time job", said Paola Alcazar, a young woman struggling to find a job in Mexico. A recent study found that unemployment is highest among the most educated women. Al Jazeera's Adam Raney follows the story of one woman's challenge to find a job in Mexico City.

    published: 30 Jan 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
  • Book | Staying Sober in Mexico City

    Get your free audio book: http://imov.space/e/B00H5B9V6G Staying sober is a daily struggle for many men living in Mexico City, one of the world's largest, grittiest urban centers. In this engaging study, Stanley Brandes focuses on a common therapeutic response to alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous (a.a.), which boasts an enormous following throughout Mexico and much of Latin America.over several years, Brandes observed and participated in an all-men's chapter of A.a. located in a working class district of Mexico City. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic effectiveness, and ritual and spiritual life. Brandes demonstrates how recovering alcoholics in Mexico redefine gender roles in order to preserve masculine identity. He also explains ho...

    published: 05 Jan 2017
  • Staying Sober in Mexico City E-Book

    Read your free e-book: http://copydl.space/mebk/50/en/B00H5B9V6G/book Staying sober is a daily struggle for many men living in Mexico City, one of the world's largest, grittiest urban centers. In this engaging study, Stanley Brandes focuses on a common therapeutic response to alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous (a.a.), which boasts an enormous following throughout Mexico and much of Latin America.over several years, Brandes observed and participated in an all-men's chapter of A.a. located in a working class district of Mexico City. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic effectiveness, and ritual and spiritual life. Brandes demonstrates how recovering alcoholics in Mexico redefine gender roles in order to preserve masculine identity. He also...

    published: 29 Sep 2016
  • Burning of Zozobra 2015 Aerial Video

    Event info: www.BurnZozobra.com Shot on DJI Phantom 3 Professional in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Sept. 4th, 2015. Pilots: Daniel Luke Fitch, Estevan Rael, Jeb Stewart. Anti-rain protection measures employed... Thanks to: City of Santa Fe New Mexico State Police Santa Fe Kiwanis Club Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management

    published: 09 Sep 2015
  • Business Sweden ICT Event November 2016

    Business Sweden together with Ericsson, organized the ICT event “Digital inclusion in the Networked Society - experiences in innovation from the Swedish Unicorn Factory”. The venue for the event was Ericsson’s Global Service Center in Mexico City where the company employs around 3,000 people, it was held in November 2016. The Swedish Vice-Minister for Digitalization Alf Karlsson headed a delegation to inaugurate the event.

    published: 31 Jan 2017
  • Jobs: End of the Line - We the People

    This film was originally broadcast on Al Jazeera English in the run-up to the US elections in 2008. There are few places in the United States currently suffering more economic woes than the mid-west state of Ohio. Traditionally a major industrial center the state has seen more than a quarter of a million manufacturing jobs disappear in the last eight years. Ohio has always proved to be a key battleground for US presidential elections - an all-important swing state. This year will be no different and the worsening economic situation has already prompted the presidential candidates to invest heavily in courting the state's voters with promises of new jobs. In Dayton, a city of 160,000 people in western Ohio, manufacturing jobs once thrived, but today those well paying positions are almost...

    published: 17 Oct 2016
developed with YouTube
FAQ: How to Get a Job in Mexico City

FAQ: How to Get a Job in Mexico City

  • Order:
  • Duration: 8:38
  • Updated: 29 Mar 2017
  • views: 2425
videos
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
https://wn.com/Faq_How_To_Get_A_Job_In_Mexico_City
Mexico's youth have trouble finding good jobs, education

Mexico's youth have trouble finding good jobs, education

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:12
  • Updated: 23 Sep 2015
  • views: 2010
videos
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.
https://wn.com/Mexico's_Youth_Have_Trouble_Finding_Good_Jobs,_Education
American jobs in Mexico | Jobs for Americans in Mexico 2015

American jobs in Mexico | Jobs for Americans in Mexico 2015

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:54
  • Updated: 22 Feb 2015
  • views: 6915
videos
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
https://wn.com/American_Jobs_In_Mexico_|_Jobs_For_Americans_In_Mexico_2015
Ricardo in Mexico City: Employee Testimonials

Ricardo in Mexico City: Employee Testimonials

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:04
  • Updated: 30 Mar 2016
  • views: 1821
videos
From scoring massive projects to high scores on the field of play, Ricardo Maysen uses soccer to find balance in his life goals and his work. Share your talent within talent. Schneider Electric™ is looking for people with a passion for success — on the job and beyond. Power your career, with the global specialist in energy management and automation. Apply online today at: schneider-electric.jobs
https://wn.com/Ricardo_In_Mexico_City_Employee_Testimonials
World's Dirtiest Job: Cleaning Mexico City's Sewers

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

  • Order:
  • Duration: 7:01
  • Updated: 29 Jan 2014
  • views: 9565
videos
You think you've got a tough job? Follow the man who goes into the bowels of Mexico City regularly - and loves his job.
https://wn.com/World's_Dirtiest_Job_Cleaning_Mexico_City's_Sewers
MEXICO: INDIAN'S MIGRATION TO MEXICO CITY PROVES DIFFICULT

MEXICO: INDIAN'S MIGRATION TO MEXICO CITY PROVES DIFFICULT

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:03
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
  • views: 3630
videos
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
https://wn.com/Mexico_Indian'S_Migration_To_Mexico_City_Proves_Difficult
How to find a job in Mexico

How to find a job in Mexico

  • Order:
  • Duration: 4:01
  • Updated: 02 May 2016
  • views: 2720
videos
This video will show you how easy and fast you can change your life and start living and working in paradise Cancun, Mexico and become a part of our vacation club sales team here in amazing Villa del Palmar Cancun. Some of the questions that will be answered: Why should I Live in Cancun? WHY WORKING IN SALES? Why working with us? How do I apply? Send us your resume with a photo to talent@villagroupcancun.com Cancun careers with Villa Group in Mexico offer you the chance to change the direction of your life for the better. For details about job descriptions and the relocation process please visit: http://www.salescareerscaribe.com/ You can apply through website or send me your resume with a photo to talent@villagroupcancun.com. To see the place you will have a chance to work in please visit http://www.villapalmarcancun.com.mx/.
https://wn.com/How_To_Find_A_Job_In_Mexico
Sewer diving as a dream job in Mexico - vpro Metropolis

Sewer diving as a dream job in Mexico - vpro Metropolis

  • Order:
  • Duration: 10:37
  • Updated: 23 Oct 2014
  • views: 115227
videos
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
https://wn.com/Sewer_Diving_As_A_Dream_Job_In_Mexico_Vpro_Metropolis
Mexicans deported from US find new job working at border call centres

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

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:32
  • Updated: 03 Aug 2015
  • views: 2912
videos
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
https://wn.com/Mexicans_Deported_From_US_Find_New_Job_Working_At_Border_Call_Centres
Closer look at Indians living in Mexico City

Closer look at Indians living in Mexico City

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:38
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
  • views: 9833
videos
July 10, 2001 1. Wide shot street market 2. Medium shot little Indian kids playing 3. Close up face of Indian teenager 4. Medium shot Indian teenager at market 5. Close up Indian baby sleeping on street 6. Medium shot Indian woman selling potatoes 7. Medium shot Indian woman cutting lettuce 8. Close up hands of Indian woman cutting potatoes 9. Wide shot of Francisca Esquivel Esquivel, Indigenous woman from Michoacan starts speaking before it zooms 10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Francisca Esquivel Esquivel, indigenous woman from Michoacan: "It was very painful when I came here. I told you I have three kids and I have to work and if I don�t work who�s going to give me the money to support them? So I have to work at any cost, some times it�s raining and I have to bring them here anyway with me to the market, because we don�t want to have to steal" 11. Close up Francisca�s youngest offspring sleeping in box, camera pans to her eldest little girl doing her homework and the other playing by her side. 12. Close up of products for sale at Martha Santiago Ruiz�s herbal stall 13. Close up of little skeleton sculptures on sale at Martha�s herbal stall 14. Zoom out from hands paying to wide of Martha selling herbs July 9, 2001 15. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Martha Santiago Ruiz, Indigenous woman (Zapotecan) from Oaxaca: "We came here looking for (pause) we came here hoping to live a little bit better, and fighting, yes, we are making it bit by bit, but we need a house, support to get a house. We are asking and waiting for support". 16. Wide shot of building where Martha lives with her family of 9 and other 29 Zapotecan families from Oaxaca. 17. Cutaway cat 18. Wide shot building 19. Close up little Zapotecan girls playing with dolls outside house 20. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Luz del Carmen Rendon Fuentes, National Indigenous Congress Representative in Mexico City: "After the 40�s, when the countryside collapses, lots of them emigrate, in the hope they will find better opportunities of earning more money and they have that illusion but they find a very different reality. They don�t have studies and their work is very limited therefore their wages are very low as well. So, they are forced to live marginally, and they only go back to their hometowns when there are festivities or to comply with their traditions (usos y costumbres), but otherwise they stay here and live in a very precarious way". 21. Wide shot old Triqui Indian man 22. Medium shot Triqui women outside their grandmother�s house 23. Close up grandmother - over 80 year old woman who does not remember her age or name and can�t speak Spanish 24. Zoom from close up of Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos to wide shot of Triqui grandmother rocking his grandson 25. Close up baby grandson asleep 26. Medium shot of Triqui grandmother sitting under PRD flag (center-left party) and photo of Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos STORYLINE: Mexico, a fast-developing economy, is struggling to bridge the gap between the very rich and the very poor. The bottom 40 percent of Mexican homes account for six percent of income while the top 10 percent of homes receive half the country's income. A forgotten Mexico, poor, composed principally of the Indian populations survives alongside a modern Mexico, with examples of prosperity worthy of countries of the First World. What follows is an account of the lives of the Indigenous peoples of Mexico City, the biggest in the western hemisphere. Official figures say there are 600-thousand Indigenous peoples living in Mexico City, but an estimated three (m) million are said to have set camp here and the surrounding shanty towns. The majority are hawkers or bootblacks. It is better than back home, she claims. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c108fbbaeb86fdb3fc2bcabfdddbafa1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
https://wn.com/Closer_Look_At_Indians_Living_In_Mexico_City
MEXICO: MEXICO CITY: UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES CONTINUE TO CLIMB

MEXICO: MEXICO CITY: UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES CONTINUE TO CLIMB

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:41
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
  • views: 319
videos
Spanish/Nat As the economic crisis deepens, many in Mexico can't find work and face a long and hard summer. Although Mexican pundits state the economy is recovering from the dramatic plunge of the peso, unemployment continues to climb. As a result of the steep devaluation of the peso last December, Mexicans are turning from the dramatic to the bizarre to make ends meet. Interest rates are running over 80 per cent annually on credit cards, home mortgages and loans. Housing and cars are being reposed. Businesses are failing. The government has tried to restrain wage increases. There has been a quadrupling of interest rates. More painful still has been the hike in the nation's value added tax from ten per cent to 15 per cent. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "The crisis is worse than ever. Now that this man (Zedillo) came and rose our living standards three times higher than before, it's not possible to cope. There're no jobs, no money, just hunger." SUPER CAPTION: Mario Lopez, jobless The crisis has affected Mexicans across the board - from middle-class businessmen, to housewives, to poor shoe shiners. President Ernesto Zedillo recently imposed strict economic measures to try and ease the crisis. The problem is that those feeling the pinch the most are the ones least able to cope with it. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "I think we're going through a very difficult situation. In the last few months unemployment has risen, as government sources say. Unemployment rates are relative with the current situation. I think that if we take into account all the people who didn't have a job before and those who need jobs, the rate will probably be higher." SUPER CAPTION: Jose Maria Borges, engineer Mexicans are angry at Zedillo for spending billions of dollars to help bail out the troubled banking sector. Those without a job hope they'll find something to scratch out a living. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "God willing I'll get a job. I'm walk around to see what I can find." SUPER CAPTION: Cuahtemoc Sanchez, jobless In the meantime those lucky enough to have at least an odd job will face a long hot summer in the streets of Mexico City. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/81c00fc230f2c3544e0cc504a2b132df Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
https://wn.com/Mexico_Mexico_City_Unemployment_Figures_Continue_To_Climb
How Much Money I Made Teaching in Mexico || charlycheer

How Much Money I Made Teaching in Mexico || charlycheer

  • Order:
  • Duration: 5:38
  • Updated: 11 Jun 2016
  • views: 20246
videos
I wouldn't recommend teaching in Mexico if you're looking for the big bucks. I taught in Mexico for the experience of what it's like to teach there along with wanting to experience the beautiful culture. The pay in Mexico is very low so if you're only looking to make money, I'd say there are other countries you should try first. However, if you want to experience the beauty of the country along with making a bit of money, Mexico is a beautiful place. ♥ My Website: http://www.charlycheer.com/ Skype chats for teaching and travel coaching available on my website! ♥ Skype Consultations! http://www.charlycheer.com/consultation/ ♥My Blog: http://www.charlycheer.com/blog/ ♥My ASMR Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYkZfwlvp64vhBt6KL3BSSA/videos ♥Couple Channel: Charly&Annie https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzM8QDa3y06ON479LYLR9CQ ♥ Add me on: Instagram: http://instagram.com/charlycheer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charly.cheer Twitter: https://twitter.com Tumblr: http://charly-cheer.tumblr.com/ Snapchat: charlycheerchat Support my videos by becoming a Patron on Patreon and get access to insider updates, locations, pictures and videos before everyone else does! https://www.patreon.com/charlycheer ♥ If you got this far comment “experience!!" :) Filmed with: Sony a5000 http://amzn.to/1OYcYs2 Zoom Mic: http://amzn.to/1PQ8BeO ♥ Want a detailed list of products I use? http://www.charlycheer.com/resources/ ♥ Informational Playlist: Teaching Working & Living Abroad: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYTbjVbN7HNu5ADbnNE_OUJxaJ_v4rY-6 Philly Food Travel | Philadelphia | Girl vs. Food https://youtu.be/L-Hhc8zGa8s ♥ Discount Codes: I buy natural products here: http://www.iherb.com/ Save $ with Code: HDH386 Get 10% off http://aliciasanmarcos.com/ with my discount code: Charly ROBOCOPP Siren: Discount code: NEWYORK16 https://www.robocopp.com/ Get sponsorships for your Youtube channel! Sign up with my referral link! http://famebit.com/a/charlycheer ♥ ♥ ♥ I’m Charly, a plant based foodie, life and travel video blogger currently located in New York. I'm a full time video blogger. I post videos to inspire you to step out of your comfort zone, work toward your dreams, and live to discover your potential. “The Earth is my country and the world is my playground.” -Charly *This is not a sponsored video. *Some but not all links and coupon codes are affiliates.
https://wn.com/How_Much_Money_I_Made_Teaching_In_Mexico_||_Charlycheer
jobs in mexico

jobs in mexico

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:52
  • Updated: 14 Sep 2016
  • views: 4408
videos
getting a job in mexico
https://wn.com/Jobs_In_Mexico
This Town Has More Job Openings Than Residents

This Town Has More Job Openings Than Residents

  • Order:
  • Duration: 6:27
  • Updated: 02 Jul 2016
  • views: 41004
videos
A town in southern New Zealand has too many jobs and not enough people. The town of Kaitangata only has 800 residents, yet has 1,000 job openings. The Mayor of Kaitangata stated, “we have unemployment down to two, not two percent, but 2 young people.” Kaitangata is offering attractive relocation packages for housing and land at $230,000. If relocation to rural areas dies out, it could have a broader impact on the socio-economic landscape for countries like New Zealand. Elliot Hill and Jason Venzor discuss the surplus of employment in southern New Zealand. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/29/tiny-new-zealand-town-with-too-many-jobs-launches-drive-to-recruit-outsiders Make up to $10k per week with this secret formula to make money no matter what happens in the market! https://tradegenius.co/go/ref/20 Newest Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SJETO-h7D4&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r The Journalists: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HdTomgaZEM&index=1&list=PLC937B599FD2B8241&nohtml5=False CRIME TIME clips playlist – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E-uRwi2hog&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv&nohtml5=False BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc) Highlight Videos- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcpytNuwqTY&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeu2DCf6Ouo7hTsA5QB2MAL&nohtml5=False MEDIA MAYHEM short videos playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK6OScWlNec&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcz4un-zws5sMlCLk3NNjDP&nohtml5=False http://www.thelip.tv https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv http://www.youtube.com/theliptv
https://wn.com/This_Town_Has_More_Job_Openings_Than_Residents
Jobs in MEXICO   City for freshers & graduates. industries, companies.   MEXICO

Jobs in MEXICO City for freshers & graduates. industries, companies. MEXICO

  • Order:
  • Duration: 4:47
  • Updated: 14 Jun 2017
  • views: 30
videos
jobs in mexico city for us citizens jobs in mexico city for bilinguals types of jobs in mexico mexico jobs for foreigners english teaching jobs in mexico city list of jobs in mexico jobs in mexico resorts jobs in cancun mexico for english speakers mexico city jobs - craigslist https://mexicocity.craigslist.com.mx/search/jjj?lang=en&cc=us mexico city jobs - craigslist. ... internship non-profit telecommute. ▸▾ employment type. full-time; part-time; contract; employee's choice. reset update search. list Jobs in Mexico City - Mexico - for English Speaking Professionals www.jobsinmexicocity.com/ Jobs in Mexico City and Mexico for professionals and expats seeking employment opportunities with English as the main working language. ‎Administrative · ‎Shipping & Logistics · ‎IT & Technology Mexico City Jobs - 3,561 openings | Glassdoor https://www.glassdoor.com/Job/mexico-city-jobs-SRCH_IL.0,11_IC4590371.htm Search jobs in Mexico City. Get the right job in Mexico City with company ratings & salaries. 3561 open jobs in Mexico City. Get hired! Jobs in Mexico,Work,IT job search for foreigners,Expats,English ... https://www.learn4good.com › U.S. & International Jobs › North America Fast & Easy since 2003: Find Jobs in Mexico Today. FREE job ... Work in Mexico - Jobs for English speakers, foreigners. IT jobs ... Mexico City - Mexico. IT/Tech ... Jobs at the Embassy - US Embassy and Consulates in Mexico https://mx.usembassy.gov/jobs/ Please see the above links to job vacancies in the Embassy in Mexico City and our Consulates around the country. The selection of available jobs changes often ... Mexico City | U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico https://mx.usembassy.gov › Work with Us Job Opportunities. Please click below for more information on the available positions. (If the page is blank, no positions are currently being advertised. Please ... Jobs Abroad in Mexico | GoAbroad.com https://jobs.goabroad.com/search/mexico/jobs-abroad-1 Use GoAbroad to find jobs, reviews, interviews, travel advice, & more. ... World Class Nannies is a bilingual nanny agency based out of Mexico City with ... Find a Job Teaching English in Mexico City in One Week www.transitionsabroad.com/.../find-job-teaching-english-mexico-city-in-one-week.sht... Did you know that you could get a teaching job within just one week of arriving in Mexico City? You can arrive in Mexico City with no experience, no idea of what ... Vacancies in Mexico City, Mexico | UNjobs https://unjobs.org/duty_stations/mex Social Affairs Officer, Mexico City (P-4) Economic Commission ... Organizations with jobs in. Mexico City ... Fundraising Database Assistant, Mexico City, Mexico
https://wn.com/Jobs_In_Mexico_City_For_Freshers_Graduates._Industries,_Companies._Mexico
LEAVING MEXICO AND GETTING A REAL JOB 😕

LEAVING MEXICO AND GETTING A REAL JOB 😕

  • Order:
  • Duration: 8:18
  • Updated: 10 Dec 2016
  • views: 30448
videos
Today I leave Mexico city, to go back home and get a real job. Mike: https://www.youtube.com/user/friskyb Exploring Crew: https://www.youtube.com/c/exploringcrew MY SHOP: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/Exploringwithcody ● Instagram: http://instagram.com/codybuffinton ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/CodyBuffinton ● Snapchat: CodyBuffinton ● Facebook: https://facebook.com/sircodybuffinton ● Website: http://codybuffinton.com ___ My Equipment: Canon 5DMK3 (Main Camera): https://goo.gl/cVLt6x Tokina 17-35 (Main Lens): https://goo.gl/FUsY1Z Dji Phantom 4 (Drone): https://goo.gl/fwHzEv Canon G7x (Backup Camera): https://goo.gl/ofWHKB Rode Videomic Pro (Microphone): https://goo.gl/6POq8I Manfrotto Compact Tripod (Tripod/Selfie stick): https://goo.gl/ViiYSQ Neewer LED panel (light): https://goo.gl/1Dt3B1 Respirator (Face Mask): https://goo.gl/HtlYZs Exploring Bag(Backpack): https://goo.gl/Kx8j0Y FOLLOW THE WHOLE CREW FOR MORE EPIC ADVENTURES! STEVE:https://www.youtube.com/user/sunsteprising JOSH: https://www.youtube.com/user/theartofrealitycrew JOHN: https://www.youtube.com/user/ishhjohn Music: Akacia - Weakness (Cabu Edit) For Business: Codybuffinton@gmail.com
https://wn.com/Leaving_Mexico_And_Getting_A_Real_Job_😕
A dirty but necessary job: sewer diving in Mexico City

A dirty but necessary job: sewer diving in Mexico City

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:30
  • Updated: 07 Jul 2015
  • views: 1538
videos
Julio Cesar Cu has a job that most people would never want, unclogging sewage pipes and pumps for Mexico City's sewage system. He dives into waters exposing him to chemical, animal and human waste all for an estimated salary of $480 a month.
https://wn.com/A_Dirty_But_Necessary_Job_Sewer_Diving_In_Mexico_City
Mexico: Streets Not Paved with Gold

Mexico: Streets Not Paved with Gold

  • Order:
  • Duration: 5:41
  • Updated: 26 Oct 2011
  • views: 7398
videos
As global population rises, projected to reach 7 billion in October 2011, so does the population of the world's cities. Thousands of young people live as homeless on the streets of Mexico City, the world's eighth largest city. Many of them, who had fled their homes because of lack of jobs or family violence now find themselves in squalid and often dangerous conditions.
https://wn.com/Mexico_Streets_Not_Paved_With_Gold
How Americans live in Mexico

How Americans live in Mexico

  • Order:
  • Duration: 9:01
  • Updated: 21 Sep 2015
  • views: 670486
videos
Facebook: https://fb.com/negritogrand Instagram: @negritograndemexico Twitter: @jaddianforte Check out my blogs: http://negritograndedailyblog.blogspot.mx DONATE & BE PART OF MY SUPPORT THE JOURNEY COMMUNITY: https://www.paypal.me/negritogrande
https://wn.com/How_Americans_Live_In_Mexico
Behind the Scenes in Mexico City: U.S.-Mexico Jobs Talks

Behind the Scenes in Mexico City: U.S.-Mexico Jobs Talks

  • Order:
  • Duration: 6:24
  • Updated: 14 Jan 2012
  • views: 1247
videos
On the third and final leg of a three-nation Latin America mission focused on jobs, energy, and economic security, U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and a bipartisan House delegation meet with Mexican President Felipe Calderon at Los Pinos, the office and residence of Mexico's president, then participate in a roundtable discussion led by U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne with Mexico's Secretary of Economy, Bruno Ferrari, and other top Mexican jobs officials. Mexico is the United States' third-largest export partner. U.S. trade with Mexico, which has flourished in the 18 years since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was launched, is vital to U.S. jobs.
https://wn.com/Behind_The_Scenes_In_Mexico_City_U.S._Mexico_Jobs_Talks
Mexico City Must See - Frida Kahlo's House // Gringos in Mexico City Vlog

Mexico City Must See - Frida Kahlo's House // Gringos in Mexico City Vlog

  • Order:
  • Duration: 16:33
  • Updated: 09 Dec 2017
  • views: 286
videos
→ Subscribe to our channel https://goo.gl/nyyK9K -Find our content valuable? Help support us so that we don’t have to rely on annoying Youtube ads- → https://www.patreon.com/KineticKennons → Donate https://goo.gl/evMajh -Find us on social media- →www.twitter.com/kinetickennons → https://www.instagram.com/greg_the_gringo/ → https://www.instagram.com/kinetickennons/?hl=en → http://www.Facebook.com/KineticKennons → Snapchat - KineticKennons Check out our new Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MeEncantaMexico/ →Help us Translate: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCdoIhpEz2UO8vpVlhQYLrGA -Business Inquiries- KineticKennons@gmail.com for media inquiries, press mentions, product reviews, tour reviews, or just to say hey! -Most Recent Video- https://goo.gl/F0wPMD ***Get 10% off your next tour with Vallarta Food Tours!*** Just enter the coupon code: “Kinetic” whenever you checkout! → https://goo.gl/SieYzr ***Get 10% off your next tour with Cookin’ Vallarta!*** Just enter the coupon code : “KKPV-2” when you checkout! www.CookinVallarta.com -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 → 50 Things to do in Puerto Vallarta - https://goo.gl/q5g4gN → Your 3 Day Travel Itinerary for Puerto Vallarta - https://goo.gl/Xoycoq → The Best Food in Puerto Vallarta - https://goo.gl/pa22qG 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 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. → 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!
https://wn.com/Mexico_City_Must_See_Frida_Kahlo's_House_Gringos_In_Mexico_City_Vlog
A Job In Cancus City Mexico Offers Huge Money

A Job In Cancus City Mexico Offers Huge Money

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:41
  • Updated: 13 Nov 2017
  • views: 46
videos
A job in Sachs Mexico City Offers Huge Money. 12 40 lakh rupees in exchange for 6 months living in this city, this is the reason There is a good news for people looking for a dream job. A tourism website is offering 60 thousand dollars (about 40 lakh rupees) jobs to people for just 6 months to stay in Mexico City City Cancun. Candidates selected in this Job of the Cancun Experience Officer will have to promote only city tourism. Apart from this, you have to share your experiences about hotels, restaurants and different travel sites in the city. In addition to salaries, all the expenses of the officer will also be taken into the website while staying in the city. Apply for jobs like this ... The most important thing about this job is that no experience has been sought from the applicant for this. Meaning no degree or qualification is needed. However, the appellants must fulfill certain tasks. Starting in March 2018, these full-time jobs will continue till August 2018. - In the task first, the applicant has to upload his 1 minute video to the site. In this video they will have to tell their specialty and why they want to do this job. - After this, 5 best videos will be decided with public voting and those five people will be called for an interview in Cancun. Creating a Famous Tourist Spot Objectives - According to Chad Merrion, general manager of the website, his aim is to make Cankan the world's favorite tourist spot. They want people from all over the world to see the beauty of Cancun. During the job, the Cankan Experience Officer will have to promote photos of some of the finest and beautiful places of this city, videos and experience on social media, so that people can come to Kanchen's Culture, Hotels and Beaches.
https://wn.com/A_Job_In_Cancus_City_Mexico_Offers_Huge_Money
Mexican youth struggle to find jobs

Mexican youth struggle to find jobs

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:57
  • Updated: 30 Jan 2012
  • views: 3851
videos
Young people in Mexico are facing an unemployment rate that is nearly twice the national average. More than 7 million young Mexicans between the age of 15 and 29 are jobless, "the majority of those of us who graduated from university don't have anywhere to get a full time job", said Paola Alcazar, a young woman struggling to find a job in Mexico. A recent study found that unemployment is highest among the most educated women. Al Jazeera's Adam Raney follows the story of one woman's challenge to find a job in Mexico City.
https://wn.com/Mexican_Youth_Struggle_To_Find_Jobs
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

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:01
  • Updated: 25 Feb 2016
  • views: 13681
videos
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
https://wn.com/Moving_To_Mexico_One_Man's_Entire_Job_Is_To_Tempt_American_Companies_Into_Moving_South
Book | Staying Sober in Mexico City

Book | Staying Sober in Mexico City

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:20
  • Updated: 05 Jan 2017
  • views: 1
videos
Get your free audio book: http://imov.space/e/B00H5B9V6G Staying sober is a daily struggle for many men living in Mexico City, one of the world's largest, grittiest urban centers. In this engaging study, Stanley Brandes focuses on a common therapeutic response to alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous (a.a.), which boasts an enormous following throughout Mexico and much of Latin America.over several years, Brandes observed and participated in an all-men's chapter of A.a. located in a working class district of Mexico City. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic effectiveness, and ritual and spiritual life. Brandes demonstrates how recovering alcoholics in Mexico redefine gender roles in order to preserve masculine identity. He also explains how an organization rooted historically in evangelical Protestantism has been able to flourish in Roman Catholic Latin America.
https://wn.com/Book_|_Staying_Sober_In_Mexico_City
Staying Sober in Mexico City E-Book

Staying Sober in Mexico City E-Book

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:21
  • Updated: 29 Sep 2016
  • views: 0
videos
Read your free e-book: http://copydl.space/mebk/50/en/B00H5B9V6G/book Staying sober is a daily struggle for many men living in Mexico City, one of the world's largest, grittiest urban centers. In this engaging study, Stanley Brandes focuses on a common therapeutic response to alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous (a.a.), which boasts an enormous following throughout Mexico and much of Latin America.over several years, Brandes observed and participated in an all-men's chapter of A.a. located in a working class district of Mexico City. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic effectiveness, and ritual and spiritual life. Brandes demonstrates how recovering alcoholics in Mexico redefine gender roles in order to preserve masculine identity. He also explains how an organization rooted historically in evangelical Protestantism has been able to flourish in Roman Catholic Latin America.
https://wn.com/Staying_Sober_In_Mexico_City_E_Book
Burning of Zozobra 2015 Aerial Video

Burning of Zozobra 2015 Aerial Video

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:55
  • Updated: 09 Sep 2015
  • views: 8624
videos https://wn.com/Burning_Of_Zozobra_2015_Aerial_Video
Business Sweden ICT Event November 2016

Business Sweden ICT Event November 2016

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:24
  • Updated: 31 Jan 2017
  • views: 155
videos
Business Sweden together with Ericsson, organized the ICT event “Digital inclusion in the Networked Society - experiences in innovation from the Swedish Unicorn Factory”. The venue for the event was Ericsson’s Global Service Center in Mexico City where the company employs around 3,000 people, it was held in November 2016. The Swedish Vice-Minister for Digitalization Alf Karlsson headed a delegation to inaugurate the event.
https://wn.com/Business_Sweden_Ict_Event_November_2016
Jobs: End of the Line - We the People

Jobs: End of the Line - We the People

  • Order:
  • Duration: 22:41
  • Updated: 17 Oct 2016
  • views: 13902
videos
This film was originally broadcast on Al Jazeera English in the run-up to the US elections in 2008. There are few places in the United States currently suffering more economic woes than the mid-west state of Ohio. Traditionally a major industrial center the state has seen more than a quarter of a million manufacturing jobs disappear in the last eight years. Ohio has always proved to be a key battleground for US presidential elections - an all-important swing state. This year will be no different and the worsening economic situation has already prompted the presidential candidates to invest heavily in courting the state's voters with promises of new jobs. In Dayton, a city of 160,000 people in western Ohio, manufacturing jobs once thrived, but today those well paying positions are almost impossible to find. Delphi, the auto parts producer for General Motors and one of the city's main employers, shut five of their six plants. It also filed for bankruptcy in the US, after outsourcing hundreds of thousands of jobs to other countries like Mexico or China. We the People travelled to Dayton to listen to how people are getting by with almost no prospect for restoring their core manufacturing industry. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
https://wn.com/Jobs_End_Of_The_Line_We_The_People