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During the current federal administration, which is nearing completion, there is a deficit of at least three million formal jobs. Were allowed to create per year on average 500,000 jobs, said researcher Professor Department of Quantitative Methods, University Center for Economic and Administrative Sciences (CUCEA), Enrique Cuevas Cuevas. For years, the federal government managed to create between 500 and at most 800 000 jobs. However, the country requires at least a million jobs annually. To achieve that generation was due to have a gross domestic product (GDP) of 6 percent, but the year 2000 to date, the annual growth of 3 to 3.5 percent per year, approximately. What's more, the formal jobs created so far of this administration not economically meet workers from various sectors. Currently the average monthly salary of employees Jalisco is three thousand 800 pesos. In this category Jalisco is ranked No. 17 nationally. A study shows that Cuevas Cuevas better paid workers are in California, with a monthly average perception of around 6 000 200 pesos. Then followed by Nuevo Leon, in 4000 400 and the Federal District, with approximately 4000 300 pesos. The lowest paid are in Yucatan and Tlaxcala, with 2 000 250 and 2 000 300 pesos a month, followed Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chiapas, with 2 000 350, 2 000 400 and 2 000 500 pesos per month, respectively. Case Jalisco in 2000 formed into formal jobs Jalisco 133.085 888.365 possible. By 2005 there were 935.148 and 145.178 eventual formal, according to the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS). Caves were questioned why the country has no annual growth rate of at least 6 percent, Academician government replied that "the number one priority is to keep the inflation rate low, stable interest rate and equilibrium exchange rate to avoid an overvaluation or a devaluation ... equilibrium is macroeconomic levels. This causes stagnation in economic growth ". Oscar Garcia Manzano, who was responsible for making the National Employment Program at the request of President-elect Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, reported that during the next federal government will have to settle for at least one million 20 thousand jobs, without taking into account the existing backlog. But if you take into account the significant amount of lag in the field, the annual target will have to be a million 560 thousand new formal jobs. While Jalisco challenge is to create 76 000 jobs each year. Make the jobs that are required in Mexico, will cost 34 billion dollars a year. Of that, the federal government would have to put "10 percent for developing the necessary infrastructure to generate employment. We are talking of roads, bridges, water, transmission lines, electric power, oil exploration, we talk about all that is required for private initiative make your own investment, "said Garcia Manzano. For private, domestic and foreign, "it is estimated that direct foreign investment will be an investment of 15 billion dollars per year. In fact, we've had years with investments of over 18 billion dollars. So the 34 billion dollars we're talking about, because we have to take three thousand 400 (10 percent contribution from the government). I'm closing figures, 4 billion: we have 30. Of those 30, you take away 15 billion dollars in foreign investment. We are 15 billion. That amount must be domestic investment (private sector) ". Garcia Manzano exemplified that "generate employment in the field in Chiapas costs around 15 thousand dollars, generate employment in the field in Sinaloa, 170 thousand pesos. An average employment in Chiapas, 100 000 pesos, Nuevo Leon, 560 thousand pesos. It is the most expensive. It follows the Federal District, with 480 thousand pesos and Jalisco walk in around 270 thousand pesos. " In Jalisco most expensive jobs are in the sectors of water, electricity and extractive. A job in any of these items cost three million 600 thousand pesos. In second place is communications and transport, costing 550 pesos for labor supply in the refacciones crafter.