RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The construction sector opened 36,000 jobs in Brazil in October for the fifth consecutive month, according to data from the latest General Cadastre of Employed and Unemployed (CAGED), released on Thursday morning, November 26th. São Paulo was the state with the highest number, with 7,876 new jobs registered.
According to Odair Senra, president of the São Paulo State Construction Union (SINDUSCON-SP), although the economy is showing signs of a rebound, a sustainable growth maintenance depends on the adoption of measures that signal a path to fiscal balance. "This agenda needs to . . .