How Much Is The Minimum Wage In Mexico?

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Update for 2015 (01/01/15 to 12/31/15)

The National Minimum Wage Commission agreed to grant a general increase minimum wages of geographical areas for 2015 of 4.2% compared to 2014.

Then, the situation of minimum wages 2015 from the first of January is as follows:

  • Geographic Area A: 7010 pesos a day
  • Geographic Area B: 66.45 pesos per day

The salary is the economic compensation that a worker receives from the employer in return for services provided over a period of time determined by the contractor, these may vary according to the position and activities performed during a workday or the duration the contract is signed, but so that it can determine the salary of a worker in Mexico (mx) was created by the Federal Labor Law Minimum Wage.

What is the minimum wage?

We understand as minimum wage, as set out in Article 90 of the Federal Labour Act, as the minimum amount a worker must earn a workday, this wage as prescribed by law, must be sufficient to that the worker can meet all the basic needs of a family such as food, clothing, home and education.

Who sets? And how is it determined?

In Mexico there is a federal secretariat responsible for regulating the minimum wage and is known as the National Minimum Wage Commission, this must be based on the provisions of the Mexican Constitution, the conditions in the general economy is and analysis of the variations of the families of the country, this last point there is much disagreement.

Also the same Federal Labor Law mentions that must grant all appropriate security measures to protect the integrity of the workers, also the proportion of enrollment health services for himself and his family.

Minimum Wages by Area

From the first time that the minimum wage was instituted in Mexico three geographic zones in which all municipalities of the states according to their overall economy, the needs of families and the provisions of the Constitution were classified knew and Federal Labor Law. Geographical breakdown can consult in the image below. The first classification that took place was in force until 2012 where the zones B and C were unified into a single “B”.
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Currently the secretary in charge of this committee has rearranged the geographic areas only two, from Zone A and B to be one, and now is the “A”, while the C was renamed to “B”, being so form:

Zone A: Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Guerrero, Jalisco, State of Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Sonora, Tamaulipas and Veracruz.

Zone B: Aguascalientes, Coahuila, Colima, Campeche, Chiapas, Durango, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Michoacan, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Tabasco, Tlaxcala, Yucatán, Zacatecas.

Note that there are many municipalities in the states of Zone A which does not apply the minimum wage and are located within Zone B, you can consult the official website of CONASAMI.

The Minimum Wage 2015

For a long time it has been criticized minimum wage should win a worker, as many condition that this is not enough to cover basic needs of a family, but it’s up for debate which has its proponents and opponents. In 2014 the CONASAMI determined that there would be an increase of 3.9%, which the A and B areas were in 67.29 and 63.77 pesos per day, respectively.

But it was not the only change that was made during the year that just ended in January 2014 announced that the Council had updated the new list of professions, trades and special works with a different minimum wage, leaving the list Only 59, 9 and reintegrating eliminating one.

By 2015 there was minimal improvement is 4.2% for both geographical areas:

  • Geographic Area A: $ 70.10 MXN pesos daily
  • Geographic Area B: $ 66.45 MXN pesos daily

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Minimum wage professions 2015

From the list you made the CONASAMI can highlight various professions, jobs or occupations and here we show the minimum payments on the 2015, although there are slight variations according to geographic area. The amount of the left side (more) corresponds to the geographical area A, while the right (lower) is the geographical area B, in this year are as follows:

  • Official Masonry: 102.20 / 96.85 pesos per day
  • Bulldozer and / or traxcavo operator (a): 107.65 / 101.85 pesos per day
  • Operator (a) of Draga: 108.75 pesos a day /103.00
  • Technical (a) in Social Work: 115.55 / 109.45 pesos per day
  • Reporter (a) in printed daily newspaper: 210.05 / 198.80 pesos per day
  • Reporter (a) graph (a) in printed daily newspaper: 210.05 / 198.80 pesos per day
  • Dependent (a) counter in pharmacies, pharmacies and drugstores: 88.90 / 84.35 pesos per day
  • Cashier (a) of cash register: 90.65 / 86.20 pesos per day
  • Bartender (a) coach (a) of beverages: 92.75 / 87.90 pesos per day
  • Carpenter (a): 102.20 / 96.85 pesos per day
  • Official carpenter (a) in making and repairing furniture: 100.30 / 94.90 pesos per day
  • Cook (a), major (a) in restaurants, taverns and other establishments preparing and selling food: 103.65 / 98.15 pesos per day
  • Officer manufacture and repair of mattresses: 93.80 / 89.10 pesos per day
  • Official setter (a) of mosaics and tiles: 99.90 / 94.70 pesos per day
  • Plasterer (a) construction of buildings and homes: 94.33 / 89.60 pesos per day
  • Official cutter (a) in workshops and factories manufacturing footwear: 91.75 / 87.10 pesos per day
  • Sewing (a) in garment workshops or factories: 90.50 / 85.95 pesos per day
  • Sewing (a) in making clothes in homework: 93.20 / 88.25 pesos per day
  • Driver usher (a) of cars in parking: 95.25 / 90.15 pesos per day
  • Truck driver loading in general: 104.55 / 99.20 pesos per day
  • Driver of truck loading in general: 101.25 / 95.80 pesos per day
  • Driver operator (a) vehicle with crane: 96.20 / 92.00 pesos per day
  • Official cabinetmaker in making and repairing furniture: 101,95 / 96.50 pesos per day
  • Official electrician installer (a) and repairer (a) Electrical installations: 99.90 / 94.70 pesos per day
  • Official electrician repairing cars and trucks: 101.00 / 95.50 pesos per day
  • Official electrician repairman (a) of motors and / or generators in service workshops: 96.90 / 92.00 pesos per day
  • Employee (a) gondola shelf or section in supermarkets in: 88.60 / 83.60 pesos per day
  • Charge (a) of warehouse and / or storage: 92.20 / 87.40 pesos per day
  • Dependent (a) counter at hardware stores and hardware stores: 94.30 / 89.25 pesos per day
  • Stoker (a) of steam boilers: 97.70 / 92.40 pesos per day
  • Gasolinero Official (a): 90.50 / 85.95 pesos per day
  • Official blacksmith: 98.45 / 93.20 pesos per day
  • Official tinsmith (a) in repairing cars and trucks: 100.30 / 94.90 pesos per day
  • Lubricator (a) of cars, trucks and other motor vehicles: 91.30 / 86.35 pesos per day
  • Handler (a) in poultry farm: 87.50 / 83.05 pesos per day
  • Operator (a) of agricultural machinery: 102.75 / 97.55 pesos per day
  • Official operator (a) of woodworking machines in general: 97.70 / 92.40 pesos per day
  • Mechanical Officer (a) repair of cars and trucks: 105.95 / 100.65 pesos per day
  • Official cutter (a) in workshops and factories manufacturing footwear: 91.75 / 87.10 pesos per day
  • Hairdresser (a) and cultor (a) of beauty in general: 95.25 / 90.15 pesos per day
  • Official Artist (a) of cars and trucks: 98.45 / 93.20 pesos per day
  • Official Artist (a) of houses, buildings and constructions in general: 97.70 / 92.40 pesos per day
  • Ironing (a) to machine dry cleaners, laundries and similar establishments: 90.65 / 86.20 pesos per day
  • Official plumber (a) in healthcare facilities: 97.90 / 92.80 pesos per day
  • Official radioman (a) repair (a) electrical and electronic equipment: 101.95 / 96.50 pesos per day
  • Recamarero (a) in hotels, motels and other lodging establishments: 88.60 / 83.60 pesos per day
  • Dependent (a) counter in car and truck parts stores: 92.20 / 87.40 pesos per day
  • Official repairman (a) of electrical household appliances: 96.50 / 91.35 pesos per day
  • Pastry (a) or pastry (a): 102.20 / 96.85 pesos per day
  • Officer tailoring homework: 102.75 / 97.55 pesos per day
  • Secretary (a) Auxiliary: 105.70 / 100.20 pesos per day
  • Welder (a) with a torch or arc: 101.00 / 95.50 pesos per day
  • Butcher (a) and / or butcher (a) in counter: 95.25 / 90.15 pesos per day
  • Official upholsterer (a) of garments cars: 96.90 / 92.00 pesos per day
  • Official upholsterer (a) in repairing furniture: 96.90 / 92.00 pesos per day
  • Vaquero (a) milker (a) Machine: 88.60 / 83.60 pesos per day
  • Watchman (a): 90.50 / 85.95 pesos per day
  • Seller (a) floor household appliances: 93.20 / 88.25 pesos per day
  • Official cobbler (a) in repair of footwear: 91.75 / 87.10 pesos per day

The data we have presented in this article interesting conasami.gob.mx have been obtained from the official website of the National Minimum Wage Commission. The minimum wage will not change again this year by official decision, adjustments are made only once a year and published during the year to end December or January of the year to start. Knowing this information is important expands. So next update will be for 2016.

As the future increase in the Federal Minimum Wage is expected?

The Federal District is located in the geographical area A, and among the initiatives is a proposed that by 2017 the minimum wage in the federal district is $ 171.3 pesos per day, which is to make increased stepwise every year increases future would be as follows:DF 2015 Minimum Wage: 82.85 pesos (increased 15.55 pesos)

  • Minimum Wage DF 2016: 105.6 pesos (increased 22.7 pesos)
  • Minimum Wage DF 2017: 134.5 pesos (increased 28.9 pesos)
  • Minimum Wage DF 2018: 171.3 pesos (increased 36.8 pesos)

The Federal District is a case where it is and intends to bill creating the Measurement Unit and Upgrade (UMA), also called the Measurement Unit of the City of Mexico (UCDMX) for this de-index the wage laws Federal and replace the minimum wage and adapt their own economic status District since this clearly surpasses the other parts of the rest of the country and thereby reverse the decline in the purchasing power of the population and this process will move from salary now pays $ 70.10 to $ 82.85 pesos per day.

Citizen Submissions demanding raise the minimum wage by 5%, this was not granted because it declares that this 4.2% is for inflation, but analysts said it would be better for the economy and the purchasing power of employees raising the minimum above inflation to ensure the needs of a householder. In addition to the unification of geographical areas A and B in the 2015, this was not a fact but economic growth (statistically) is likely to unification of the two zones A and B is performed by 2016. After the unification of the three areas that took place in 2012 that helped to grow the above areas C similarly that as they have the above areas B, which is encouraging for the whole country.

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