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10 "ninis" in the country of women aged 14 to 25


November 18, 2018

50 percent of "Ninis" has high school education.

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There are 3.8 million young people in Mexico, called "ninis", who are not working or working; three million of them are women, eight thousand are men.

This sector of the population has a social program for the integration of the government into economic and educational activities; However, 1.3 percent of the country's total "ninis" has been treated so far.

In the study conducted by the Chamber of Deputies Public Finance Research Center, ve in bek the majority of the population is between 14 and 25 years old, single and childless women, so it has priority in public policies towards this sector.

According to Milenio, the document emphasizes that the indigenous population of women is more vulnerable to this social outlook and that the most appropriate public policies to reduce this sector should be implemented.

"The highest percentage of this young group is women (27.59 percent) living in rural areas and exhibiting a socially more vulnerable profile compared to men," he says. Young people studying or working in Mexico, Second quarter 2017-2018 ".

The same study shows that the, ninis ere in Mexico between 2017-2018 increased especially towards men aged 14-25.

It should be noted that 50 percent of the "Ninis" have secondary education; 1.1 million high schools; With technical or professional careers, the primary and 250 thousand to 500 thousand.

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