As Mexico’s pharmaceutical, medical devices and clinical research industries strengthen to become leaders in their areas, the demand of talent for national and transnational companies increases. In line with Mexico’s goal to make the most of every peso spent in healthcare, talent plays an important and defining role.
Increasing research entails finding and retaining science professionals who are usually expecting better opportunities outside Mexico. Recruiting human capital that is prepared and adapted to new methods is also a priority, as is the need to continuously train that talent.
Building a base of healthcare human capital that boosts Mexico’s productivity and quality in the healthcare industry requires joint efforts between educational institutions, government and private companies.
-> In what ways is Mexican talent either bolstering the industry or holding it back? What are the main trends shaping the Mexican talent market?