Hidalgo is located in the central Eastern region of the country. 65 miles away on the north of most important population and economic center of Mexico. The state has a highly skilled labor for high-tech industrial processes. Polytechnic colleges haswith specialized careers designed for manufacturers of software and technology development in engineering processes.
Additionally, the Center has Italo-Mexican Research in High Technology Manufacturing Hidalgo (CIIMMATH), which is linked to the productive chain of the metalworking industry established in the state.
2,763,875 inhabitants, representing 2.5% of the total population in Mexico.
Population working age: 2,025,149
Economically Active Population Occupied: 1,109,028
|Extraction and Electrical Industry||8,424|
The foreign direct investment on 2012 destinated to Coahuila was 12 million.
|Agriculture, forestry , fishing and hunting||9,583|
|Electricity, water and gas supply pipeline||3,921|
|Transport, postal services , storage||19,175|
|Real estate and rental property .||26,394|
|Average salary contribution to Social Security in Coahuila||$ 219.4|
|Salary by Industry National Activity|
|Agriculture, fisheries and||$150.1|
|Mining and quarrying||$419|
|Electricity and water industry||$636.3|
|Transport and communications||$326.4|
|Services for businesses and individuals||$264.2|
* Price per day, Annual Average in Mexican Pesos.
|Educational Infrastructure ( Media Superior and Superior)|
|Population Technical Higher Level||Enrolled||Graduates||Certificated|
|Social and Administrative Sciences||2,189||861||846|
|Education and Humanities||0||0||0|
Engineering and Technology
|Population Level Degree||Enrolled||Graduates||Certificated|
|Social and Administrative Sciences||23,305||3,935||3,954|
|Education and Humanities||3,728||910||780|
|Engineering and Technology||21,302||1,875||2,365|
|Number of researchers by area|
|C. Physical – Mathematics||30|
|Biology and Chemistry||55|
|Biotechnology and Agro||37|
|Humanities and Behavioral Sciences||23|
|Medicine and Health Sciences||15|
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