By the fourth quarter of 2014 Mexico summed a total population of 120.2 million of inhabitants and an Economically Active Population of 52.1 million people, as INEGI reported.
According to CONAPO’s forecasts, Mexico currently presents a demographic bonus that will last the next two decades.
Currently the population in working age represents 64% of the total population. It is estimated that during the next two decades Mexico’s population in working age will be of more than 80 million people and will continue to represent more than 60% of the population.
According to National Association of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education's data, 110 thousand engineering and technology students graduated annually from Mexican institutions. From UNESCO's 2012 data, in Mexico there are 26% more graduates in manufacturing, engineering and construction per capita than in the United States.