Viva Mexico!

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    Viva Mexico!
    Michael Wildes, 11.30.09, 03:58 PM EST
    Why Americans are heading south for work.

    But more than 1 million Americans have made Mexico their home of late, a trend that shows no signs of slowing down. They've flocked there for a variety of reasons, including its warmer climate, selling points as a place to raise children and retire, inexpensive health care and, more than ever before, work opportunities.

    Viva Mexico! - Forbes.com
     
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    Jobs in Mexico Being Outsourced to Americans

    The million dollar Heidelberg press he used to run was sold to a printer in Mexico. Apparently, they still print things down there. Then one day he gets a call that the Mexican company needs help assembling and training the crews on my father's press. My father is now in Mexico, working at twice his previous salary. And he says there are a lot of Americans working in that Mexican town.


    America's economic power is going away. And how ironic that my father is taking a job away from a Mexican citizen.

    Jobs in Mexico Being Outsourced to Americans - The EconomicJoker - Seeking Alpha
     
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    AREOSPACE INDUSTRY IN MEXICO.
    Chihuahua City is big dog in Mexico aerospace


    In Chihuahua City alone, 36 aerospace plants have opened since 2007 as a growing number of international parts makers use the city as a base for tapping a massive airplane-production market in the United States.
    “Our first objective was to get into the U.S. market and get a deal with U.S. customers,” said Nicolas Maillard, director of the French-owned Manoir Aerospace plant in Chihuahua City, 235 miles south of El Paso, Texas.
    Chihuahua City is big dog in Mexico aerospace - Washington Times

    Opportunities for the Aerospace industry in Mexico.
    Manufacturing, engineering and MRO

    American Industries offers a great opportunity in Mexico if you are planning to optimize aeronautics and aerospace manufacturing operation costs by offshoring, or better said, nearshoring in a low cost country.
    Mexico has become a noteworthy player on the global aerospace stage and the world's 9th leading supplier of aerospace manufactures to the United States.
    There are currently 184 companies that are making big profits out of the opportunities that Mexico provides in manufacturing parts as engine components, landing gear parts, audio and video systems, harnesses and cables; as well as steel, iron, and aluminum machining, among others. Mexico exports over $600 million dollars in aircraft parts.
    Some of the international companies that have taken advantage of the Mexican aerospace manufacturing offerings include Bombardier, Bell Helicopter, CAV Aerospace, Cessna, Hawker Beechcraft, Labinal, M&M from BE Aerospace, Nordam, Zodiac, among other companies.
    Opportunities for the Aerospace Industry in Mexico-American Industries
     
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    Their tourism rate has not gone up. It is cheap to live there is you survice the drug cartels and they water. What kinds of insame point are your trying to make. It must be that Mexicans are smart for wanting to come to the US and US citizens are stupid for wanting to go to Mexico.
     
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    You miss the point altogether, which is not unusual for an idiot. Americans are going to work in Mexico because jobs are available and pay is good. :eusa_eh:
    Drug cartels are only interest in pushing their drugs across the border and others who are competition. No hard working Mexicans. Get in their way and they will take your head.
    You think Mexico is crawling like ant with drug cartels in Mexico? Only border towns are affected Close the border and they will leave Mexico and go where they can get their drugs across.

    My grand son is working in construction in Venezuela because of jobs available.
     
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    How long until Mexico has an illegal immigrant problem from the USA?
     
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    Mexicans are supid. They don't know the best place for them to be now is in Mexico. My grand son's wife graduated with a degree in internation businesss, etc is now cleaning houses here and she could be working in Mexico in her field of expertise.
     
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    Scholarship Programs for U.S. Students

    The University of Iowa offers the Scholarships for CIC Summer Studies Programs for students who wish to travel to Mexico, Quebec or the Dominican Republic. Qualified applicants must have outstanding academic records and be able to demonstrate a financial need for the monetary resources. Award amounts are based on available funding and the needs of the student(s).

    The Travel Studies Program at UCLA offers students scholarships to study abroad in a Global Studies program in Mexico. The purpose of the summer program is to introduce students to an economy that has endured sweeping changes in the last decade or so, which have been met with some resistance and offered challenges to the affected population. Scholarships for the Mexico program are available to student participants with outstanding academic records.

    The International Studies Abroad organization specializes in helping students find and fund a wealth of abroad study programs. In essence, ISA is the middleman between college and student and the host institution abroad. Students interested in studying in Mexico may be qualified to benefit from the ISA programs, including scholarships, if ISA is affiliated with the student’s home college or university. The Carlos CastaƱeda Memorial Scholarships are available to students with an above average academic record as well as significant financial need. Awards are $1,000 toward summer tuition or $2500 for a year of study in Mexico. Applicants must also meet Spanish language proficiencies.
    Go to College in Mexico - Scholarship Funding
     
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    I'm seriously considering getting a winter house in Venezuela. Ultimately something I can retire at.
     
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    Come to Mexico - where you can see dead people...
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    Remains of 30 people found in different parts of Mexico
    June 23, 2012 - The remains of 30 suspected victims of drug-related violence have been discovered over the past day and a half in three different parts of Mexico, including 11 bodies in a clandestine grave in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz and 14 others in the country's northeast region.
     

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