The People's Guide To Mexico

Live & Retire in Mexico

Living in Mexico

Working in Mexico

Musican & Street Artist?

We are both musicans and  I am an artist. Looking for an inspiring and healthy life style....  I would like to know if one like myself could sell art or be a sidewalk portrait artist.  Are there clubs that have live music?.... Kathy.

Robin Noelle: Note that there is a "union" for musicians and performing in these venues requires a "permit" and the payment of fees and a percentage of your income. I believe that if you want to sell anything on the sidewalk or Malecon, that you also need a permit and they are very hard to come by. It is all strictly regulated... (more).

Are there jobs in Mexico for a Dialysis Nurse?

I am not ready to retire financially but am looking at relocating to Mexico. I am a dialysis nurse administrator and would like to work in a similar field there. I would be quite happy to do some humanitarian work and do not expect to get rich but to create some meamingful existance there..... (more) Reply by Bill Masterson

Can I be a Real Estate Agent in Puerto Vallarta?

I am a licensed Real Estate Agent here and am wondering if I would be able to continue with real estate sales in PV. Would I have to become re qualified to practice in some way? I realize the unemployment rates are high there. Is it practical for me to pursue employment?.... (more) Reply by Bill Masterson

•¿Can I Find Computer Work in Puerto Vallarta?

I'm a Sr. Computer Guy... I have enough cash to relocate there and probably live for a year or so on my savings... however, I'd like to go into some type of work. What type of work I can get in Puerto Vallarta.... (more) Answer by Robert Foster

Working In Mexico as a Medical or Legal Transcriptionist

Is it possible to work as a medical or legal transcriptionist via the net? Can I work from Mexico? How much will I earn?.... (more) with an answer by Bill Masterson

Owning and Operating a Small Business in Mexico

The biggest obstacles the new investor/small business owner faces are the lack of familiarity with the government regulations and, for many, the inability to communicate in Spanish. With a little time and patience, both major obstacles can be overcome.... (more) by Bill Masterson

•Living & Working in Puerto Vallarta Part II

"While considering a relocation move to Mexico many questions arise. First, being Money! How much will we need to live nicely (not extravagant) in a quiet neighbor in Mexico? In the beginning we would like to rent. I have always worked and mostly enjoyed my career. Don't know if I am ready to fully retire yet. Will we be able to work if we want or need to?.... " (more)

Questions from Lisa & Rick, answered by our resident Puerto Vallarta experts, Robert & Deborah Foster

•Yanks Abroad: How Many Americans Really Live In Mexico?

One of the key factors that comes into play when most people consider moving to another country is how many of their fellow countrymen are already there. For all of our professed desire for independence, when push comes to shove, most of us really want to be in relatively close proximity to some people that are similar to us.... (more) by Bill Masterson

•Can I continue my Career in Mexico?

So here I am, over 20 years later and looking at retiring to Baja (actually semi retiring..more on this in a moment). Now, as I may not have accumulated quite enough filthy lucre to really retire properly (having misspent a dissolute life as a grasshopper rather than the ant option), I will have to continue to work part time.... (more) from Val, reply by jennifer rose

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