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Working & Self-employment in Mexico – Free eBook

This guide describes the working environment in Mexico, and how you can earn a living here by working for yourself or others. Download your free copy.

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Free eBook: Detailed guide about working and self-employment in Mexico

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Complete guide to working and workstyles in Mexico

Learn how to earn a living by working for yourself or others in Mexico – fully revised and updated.

One of the perceived obstacles about moving to Mexico is earning a living here; however, modern technology and flexible work practices make working in Mexico more viable than ever.

PART ONE of this guide is written to explain the job market and landscape in Mexico, how to go about seeking employment, and what to expect from the working environment here, as the culture and working ways are different to, for example, the U.S. and Europe, even if you are working for an American or European company.

PART TWO of this guide gives you a complete overview about being self-employed or starting your own business in Mexico. With the job market tight and work visas harder to come by, increasing numbers of people are exploring the routes to self-employment here, and for those working in the “knowledge economy”, opportunities are abundant and increasing numbers of knowledge professionals are working flexibly from abroad, part-time or full-time. This guide explains how to go about doing that, and what you need to consider on your journey to an independent working lifestyle in Mexico.

  • Learn about the working environment in Mexico
  • What to expect from the workplace in Mexico
  • How to search for work
  • Working for yourself in Mexico
  • High risk businesses to mindful about
  • Types of work foreigners do well in
  • Practical insights and connections to contacts and resources

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This a is free eBook download from Mexperience.

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Document Format: PDF
Publication Date: January 2021

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