- Mexico has improved its performance in health outcomes, access to basic services and quality of housing since 2000.
- Further efforts required to improve performance in education, safety, poverty reduction and quality of jobs.
- Education gap between states is one of the largest disparities among OECD countries.
- 44% of Mexico’s labour force has at least secondary education, 30 percentage points below the OECD average.
- Regional differences in accessibility to services and health have narrowed since 2000.
- However, since 2000, safety, income and jobs have worsened on average in the country.
HIGHLIGHTS & STATE BY STATE SUMMARIES