Amalia Camacho, Undersecretary of Labor and Social Welfare of the State Government, and Armando Espino, President of the Human Resources Association of Los Cabos, agreed that there are enough jobs in the south of the state, but there is no one to fill them, that is to say, there are not enough.
The public servant highlighted that this situation is due to the pandemic and that many families have returned to their places of origin and so far have not returned, so the job vacancies generated in this economic reactivation and high season remain empty.
He said that the Job Fair is the notice that there is work in Los Cabos, so that people return, since as time goes by the sources of employment in the region grow, while the number of applicants does not.
Armando Espino, president of the Human Resources Association in Los Cabos said that this situation had not been experienced since 2010, but due to the health contingency many workers decided to leave Los Cabos.
“The most recurring vacancies are for waiters, bartenders, waitresses, room operators, public area or maintenance assistants, cooks and helpers.”
He pointed out that as the weeks go by, it is possible that the human resources that were available before the pandemic will return, emphasizing that personnel will have to be sought outside of Los Cabos, perhaps from other municipalities.