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Posted by  Jason Knight on February 17, 2004 at 21:57:41:

In Reply to:  Working in Mexico posted by Dan Demant on January 11, 2004 at 10:08:09:

I found this while searchihng for work. You may be interested in reading it.

Lots of people inquire about working in Mexico and what they need to do so. Mexico, like many third world countries has a problem with unemployment. They do not encourage foreigners to come and work unless they are experts in a certain area, so as not to take away a job from the locals. If you are interested in working in Mexico, we suggest that you contact a company in the US that is doing business in Mexico and come down with their company. There are occasional jobs for English speakers at local schools. Please check out the Mexican Consulate in Texas that has all the updated information on what you need to do to be LEGAL in Mexico

 
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