Health Care and Social Assistance

Sector (62)

 2020-Q4: $615B MX, Gross Domestic Product

DENUE-2020: 469,557, Economic units

Jan-Dec 2020: US$16.9M, Foreign Direct Investment

2020-Q4 : $5.88k MX, Average Monthly Salary

2020-Q4 : 1.74M, Workforce

2020-Q4 : 66.2%, Female Workforce

2020-Q4: 39.1, Average Age

In the fourth quarter of 2020 the gross domestic product was $615B MX, 1.05% more than the previous quarter.

In 2019, Health Care and Social Assistance registered 469,557 economic units. The states with the highest number of economic units were Estado de México (20,897), Ciudad de México (20,142), and Jalisco (14,025). In the same period, the states with the highest added value were Ciudad de México ($18.4B MX), Nuevo León ($8.46B MX), and Jalisco ($7.53B MX).

In Health Care and Social Assistance the states with the highest production were Ciudad de México ($43.4B MX), Jalisco ($16.6B MX), and Nuevo León ($16.4B MX). In the same period, an income were registered distributed mainly in Ciudad de México ($44.4B MX), Jalisco ($19.6B MX), and Nuevo León ($17.4B MX).

In 2019, in Health Care and Social Assistance the states with the highest level of investment in the same period were Ciudad de México ($911M MX), Quintana Roo ($381M MX), and Nuevo León ($367M MX).

Economic activities are related if they require similar knowledge or inputs. In 2014 in Health Care and Social Assistance the states with the highest affinity were Baja California Sur (0.88), Chihuahua (0.87), Sinaloa (0.85), San Luis Potosí (0.85), and Durango (0.81).

During the fourth quarter of 2020 in Health Care and Social Assistance the workforce was 1.74M, 33.8% men and 66.2% women. In addition, the average monthly salary informed was $6.8k MX for men and $5.42k MX for women.

During the same period, occupations with the highest number of workers in Health Care and Social Assistance were Rns, General and Family Practitioners, and Nurses (Technical) and the states with the largest workforce were Estado de México, Ciudad de México, and Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave.

The average age of workers in Health Care and Social Assistance in the fourth quarter of 2020 was 38.6 years in women and 39.9 years in men. In the same period, the average years of schooling in Health Care and Social Assistance, was 14.6 years in women and 15.7 years in men.

Salaries and Workforce

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Average Monthly Salary 2020-Q4: $5.88k MX

Working population 2020-Q4: 1.74M

In the fourth quarter of 2020, the workforce in Health Care and Social Assistance it was of 1.74M, 33.8% men with a reported average monthly salary of $6.8k MX and 66.2% women with a salary of $5.42k MX.

Of the total employed population, 78.2% of the total workforce were formal workers with an average monthly salary of $6.41k MX, while he 21.8% corresponds to informal workers with an average salary of $4k MX.

Salaries and Workforce by Occupations and States

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In the fourth quarter of 2020 the occupations with the highest number of workers were Rns, General and Family Practitioners, and Nurses (Technical).

At the state level, the workforce of Health Care and Social Assistance was concentrated on Estado de México, Ciudad de México, and Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave.

Gross Domestic Product

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Gross domestic product 2020-Q4: $615B MX

Gross Domestic Product 2020: $2.34T MX

In the fourth quarter of 2020, Health Care and Social Assistance recorded a gross domestic product of $615B MX, evidencing an increase of 1.05% compared to the previous quarter and an increase of 10.6% compared to the same period of the previous year.

* Current values, at current prices, base year 2013. Excludes taxes on products.

Production Indicators by State

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In 2019, the states with the highest number of economic units were Estado de México (20,897), Ciudad de México (20,142), and Jalisco (14,025) in Health Care and Social Assistance, in addition the states with the highest total gross production were Ciudad de México ($43.4B MX), Jalisco ($16.6B MX), and Nuevo León ($16.4B MX).

In the same period, the states with the highest income were Ciudad de México ($44.4B MX), Jalisco ($19.6B MX), and Nuevo León ($17.4B MX) and the states with the highest investment were Ciudad de México ($911M MX), Quintana Roo ($381M MX), and Nuevo León ($367M MX). Lastly, in Health Care and Social Assistance the states with the highest census gross value added were Ciudad de México ($18.4B MX), Nuevo León ($8.46B MX), and Jalisco ($7.53B MX).

* It is recommended to consider the values as approximations of the real value because some records have been anonymized due to confidentiality principles.

Production Indicators by Municipality

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In 2019, Health Care and Social Assistance had a total of 196,089 economic units and the municipalities with the highest number of economic units were Guadalajara (4.79k), Puebla (4.04k), and Monterrey (3.56k). Also $199B MX in total income were registered and the municipalities with the highest income were Monterrey ($10.9B MX), Cuauhtémoc ($9.63B MX), and Guadalajara ($8.35B MX).

In the same period, Health Care and Social Assistance had $104B MX in total expenditure and the municipalities with the highest expenditure were Cuauhtémoc ($5.7B MX), Monterrey ($5.13B MX), and Guadalajara ($4.83B MX). On the other hand, in 2019 there were 664B employees dependent on economic units and the municipalities with the highest number of employees were Monterrey (20.4k), Guadalajara (20.2k), and Tijuana (14.6k).

* Any inconsistency between the data at the state and municipal level is due to the anonymization methodologies applied to the data, also municipalities not shown in the visualization have been anonymized.

The visualization shows the number of companies according to the number of employees.

In 2020, 430,609 companies with 0-10 employees were registered, evidencing an increase of 5.66% (407,527) compared to the previous year. In the same period, 32,227 companies with 11-50 employees, evidencing an increase of 17% (27,535) compared to the previous year.

In 2020, 3029 companies with 51-100 employees were registered, evidencing a drop of 9.2% (3,336) compared to the previous year. In the same period, 3,692 companies with more than 101 employees were registered, evidencing a drop of 7.33% (3,984) compared to the previous year.

Source National Statistical Directory of Economic Units (DENUE)

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

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  • US$16.9M, FDI Jan-Dec 2020
  • US$251M, FDI Jan-1999 to Dec-2020

In the period January to December 2020, Foreign Direct Investment from Health Care and Social Assistance was US$16.9M, distributed in equity Capital (US$8.41M), reinvestment of earnings (Confidential), and inter-company debts (Confidential).

Since January 1999 to December 2020, the accumulated amount of Foreign Direct Investment in Health Care and Social Assistance was US$251M, distributed in equity Capital (US$207M), reinvestment of earnings (US$24.1M), and inter-company debts (US$20.2M).

* Some periods have been anonymized so there may be inconsistencies between the graph and the values indicated in the paragraphs.

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Period Jan-Dec 2020: US$8.41M, Mexico City is the main receiving state

Period Jan-1999 to Dec-2020: US$131M, Mexico City is the main receiving state

From January to December 2020, the states that received the highest Foreign Direct Investment for Health Care and Social Assistance were Mexico City (US$8.41M), Quintana Roo (Confidential), and Baja California (Confidential).

Historically (from January 1999 to December2020) the states that have received the highest Foreign Direct Investment are Mexico City (US$131M), Estado de México (US$38.1M), and Quintana Roo (US$24.6M).

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Origin

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Main investing country between Jan-Dec 2020: Colombia, Confidential

Main investing country between Jan-1999 and Dec-2020: United States, US$102M

During January to December de 2020, the main countries of origin of Foreign Direct investment for Health Care and Social Assistance were Colombia (Confidential), Spain (Confidential), and United States (Confidential).

Historically (from January 1999 to December de 2020) the countries that contributed the most to Foreign Direct Investment were Colombia (Confidential), Spain (Confidential), and United States (Confidential).

Diversification Frontier

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The Affinity-Complexity visualization compares the risk and strategic value of a potential industry's opportunities in a territory. Affinity  is a predictor of the probability that a state increases its market size in an industry. Complexity  is associated with higher levels of income, potential for economic growth, lower levels of inequality and lower emissions.

Specialization and Opportunity

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In 2020, the states with the highest degree of specialization in Health Care and Social Assistance were Baja California (1.51), Sinaloa (1.31), and Aguascalientes (1.27). The degree of specialization is measured using the RCA index, which represents the ratio between the observed and expected establishments of each state for each industry.

In 2020, the states with the highest degree of development opportunity in Health Care and Social Assistance according to Relatedness were Quintana Roo (0.76), Campeche (0.64), and Tabasco (0.59). The Relatedness measures the distance between an industry and the current industrial composition in each state. The presented entities register a level of specialization lower than one unit (RCA <1).

Workforce by Schooling Years, Age Range and Gender

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Average Age 2020-Q4: 39.1

Average Years of Schooling 2020-Q4: 15

The visualization shows the workforce of Health Care and Social Assistance by age group and years of schooling, comparing men and women.

In fourth quarter of 2020 in Health Care and Social Assistance, women averaged 38.6 years and 39.9 years for men.

During the same period, the average number of years of schooling in women was 14.6 years and in men 15.7 years.

* The visualization omits the range of schooling "Not Specified".

Staff According to Age of the Companies

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The visualization shows the percentage distribution of employed staff according to age range or educational level in economic units of different ages.

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the economic units of the Health Care and Social Assistance sector had 763,881 people employed, by age range 22,277 people up to 20 years old were registered, 214,639 people from 21 to 30 years old, 244,626 people from 31 to 40 years old and 282,339 people over 40 years old.

By educational level 7,255 people without education were registered, 120,619 people with basic education, 231,714 people with upper secondary education and 404,293 people with higher education.

Access to Financing

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According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the distribution of economic units according to size that had access to financing was 8.76% units with up to 10 people, 11.5% units with 11 to 50 people, 31.5% units with 51 to 250 people, and 27.5% units with 251 and more people.

According to the age of the economic units, the distribution of those that obtained financing was 13.9% of the recently created (up to 2 years) units, 9.63% of the youth (3 to 5 years) units, 8% of the adults (6 to 10 years) units, and 6.96% of the seniors (over 10 years) units.

The states with the highest percentage of economic units that received financing were Baja California Sur (13.6%), Oaxaca (12.4%), Colima (12.2%), Nayarit (11.4%), and Campeche (11%).

Sources and Uses of Financing

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The visualization shows the percentage of economic units according to size or age according to the sources of financing or the uses they gave to the financing received.

In the chart, each level corresponds to a size or age of the company depending on the option selected in the upper button. The darker the box, the higher the percentage of economic units that are in that category.

Information Technologies

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Internet Usage by State

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The visualization shows the percentage distribution of the economic units in the Health Care and Social Assistance sector that had internet services.

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the states with the highest percentage of economic units that had internet services were Querétaro (62.9%), Baja California Sur (61.6%), Sonora (59.8%), Chihuahua (58.6%), and Aguascalientes (57.9%).

Availability of Internet Service and Computing

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The visualization shows the distribution of companies that had internet services or computer services according to the size or age of the economic units, depending on the options selected in the upper buttons.

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the Health Care and Social Assistance sector had 43.2% of economic units that had internet services and 49.4% of economic units that had computer services. The disaggregation by size or age of the units can be analyzed in the visualization.

Internet Use in Companies

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The visualization shows where the economic units are concentrated depending on the use they make of the internet, according to the size or age of the company.

According to the size of the company, the economic units of 251 and more people that use the internet in banking and financial operations (98.5%) stand out in percentage terms.

According to the age of the company, seniors (over 10 years) economic units that use the internet for search information for goods or services (84.2%) stand out.

Business Management

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Internet Purchases and Sales

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The visualization shows the distribution of purchases and sales over the Internet and the distribution of monetary transactions according to the medium used in the transaction and the size of the companies.

According to data from the 2019 Economic Census, internet sales reached $14B MX and purchases were $13.5B MX. On the other hand, sales made in monetary transactions were $185B MX and purchases reached $102B MX.

Environmental Standard

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The visualization shows the percentage of large economic units of the private and parastatal sector that had activities in 2018, according to compliance with the environmental standard.

In 2018, 42.4% of the large economic units complied with the environmental standard, 20.6% did not know if they complied with any environmental standard, and 37% did not comply with the environmental standard.

Staff Engaged in Environmental Protection Activities

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The visualization shows the percentage distribution of economic units in the private and parastatal sectors of Health Care and Social Assistance that had staff in environmental protection activities by state.

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the states with the highest percentage of large economic units that had staff in environmental protection activities were Baja California (28.1%), Tamaulipas (21.5%), Chihuahua (9.57%), Michoacán de Ocampo (8.25%), and Colima (7.89%).

Environmental Protection Processes

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According to data from the 2019 Economic Census, 77.5% of the large economic units in the Health Care and Social Assistance sector separated their waste, highlighting the separation of paper (77.6%), organic waste (71.8%), and plastic (68.8%).

On the other hand, 3.72% of the large economic units applied some treatment to the wastewater generated in their activity. The main uses of the treated water were discharge to the public network (1.8%), gardening and cleaning (1.72%), and same production process (0.21%).

Expenditure and Investment in Environmental Protection

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According to data from the Economic Census 2019, 4.27% of the large economic units in the Health Care and Social Assistance sector made expenditures on environmental protection, highlighting expenditures in decrease energy consumption ($48.3k MX), non-hazardous waste management ($11.8k MX), and hazardous waste management ($7.99k MX).

On the other hand, 0.83% of the large economic units made investment in environmental protection. The main investments were in sewage treatment ($4.64k MX), decrease water consumption ($2.04k MX), and decrease energy consumption ($1.28k MX).

Science, Innovation and Technology

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Innovation in Large Companies in Recent Years

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The visualizations shows the percentage distribution of the large economic units of the private and parastatal sector of Health Care and Social Assistance with innovation activities in at least one year between 2016 and 2018.

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the states with the highest percentage of large economic units with innovation activities in 2016, 2017 or 2018 were Baja California Sur (52.2%), Tlaxcala (39.3%), Guerrero (35.6%), Hidalgo (34%), and Zacatecas (33.3%).

Innovation Activities in 2018

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According to data from the Economic Census 2019, 18.4% of the large economic units of the private and parastatal sector of Health Care and Social Assistance had innovation activities in 2018.

Of the total staff employed in large economic units, only 8.75% was employed in product innovation activities, 2.52% in process innovation, 1.27% in market innovation, 2.39% in organizational innovation and 1.43% in innovation for technological adaptation and documentation.

Qualified staff in Innovation Activities

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The visualization shows the distribution of large economic units of the private and parastatal sector of Health Care and Social Assistance that employed qualified staff in technological research and development activities in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

According to data from the Economic Census 2019, the lowercase Health Care and Social Assistance Sector had 272 economic units that had qualified staff in technological research and development activities, 104 economic units had it for research and technological development in the field of Biotechnology and 15 economic units for research and technological development in Nanotechnology.

In the same year, 16 economic units had qualified personnel in the registration or processing of patents for brands, products or processes, and 4 economic units had this type of staff to contracts or acquisition of patents for brands, products or processes.