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Latin America - Salaries

I have seen a number of positions at Mexican universities listing salaries around or below $1,000/month with the added note (in the ad) that this is a good salary locally. How-ever, when I look online for professors' salaries in Mexico, I see that they are much higher. Even though some of the advertised sites specify tenure-track, it seems that EFL instructors are being considered a lot like adjuncts -- at least in terms of pay. Or are the online salary data in error?