Skip to comments.Despite Violence Workers Still Head South of the Border (video)
Posted on 01/11/2011 10:21:52 AM PST by SwinneySwitch
MCALLEN - Despite violence in Mexico, Executive recruiters say they're having no problems filling top jobs.
One employee CHANNEL 5 NEWS spoke with says there's not much attention paid to the security issues.
Thousands of Americans cross the border every d(a)y to go to work.
"I know there have been loses of key managers here and there due to concerns. I would say most managers still go to Reynosa to work every day," says Mike Willis.
Willis is the Vice President of Business Partnerships for Workforce Solutions.
He says despite the violence, there's several U.S. Companies looking to relocate into Mexico. They're also looking to fill top jobs.
"I think some international companies already offer extra money for risk factors like pollution or other things. But to say they've offered more that did not happen," says one man who chooses to work in Mexico.
He says bottom line is there are a lot of out of work executives in the U.S. That are willing to cross the border in order to work.
One employee was too afraid to go on camera.
An executive recuiter in Monterrey doesn't want his name used, due to "security concerns".
Good! Arm the illegals, and send them home to work.
Despite Violence, Obummer Acorn Workers Still Head South of the Border To get Him elected President of Mexico(video)
Down Mexico way!
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