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Whether in Spanish or in English, the facts speak for themselves:  Tijuana has one of the largest and most highly-skilled workforces in Mexico.  With an employee base of 640,000 workers – plus hundreds of thousands more from nearby cities in Baja California and San Diego – Tijuana gives high- and low-tech companies benefits that go beyond lower-cost wages.  Compared to other international locations, it’s also hard to beat for English-language skills and for understanding U.S. business culture. 

Smart & Well-trained. Experienced with global quality. Strong partnerships between universities, technical schools, and industry. For all these reasons, Tijuana’s human capital is a key factor in helping hundreds of international companies be more profitable and competitive.

From industry-focused technical training programs for manufacturing, to university-level education in engineering, computer sciences, business administration, law, and graphic design, Tijuana’s Human Capital can help you compete globally – and grow your financial capital faster. With wages that are 40-80% below the U.S., higher labor productivity with Mexico’s 48-hour work week, and you’ll find that Tijuana offers the perfect balance of available labor, brainpower, global business culture, and a next-door yet nearshore location in Pacific Standard Time.Baja California ranks third-highest in Mexico in terms of literacy rates – not surprising, given Tijuana’s 83,000+ enrolled students in more than 35 public and private universities, 14 technical schools and 57 high schools – around 50% of the State’s total enrollment.

  • A young, highly-bilingual population of 1.6 million people – only minutes away from San Diego 
  • 13 nationally-accredited university programs in engineering, information sciences, and business administration
  • A multinational talent base

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