RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil created a net 644,079 jobs with a signed worker's register book in 2019, according to data from the National Registry of Employees and Unemployed (CAGED) released on Friday, January 24th.
The number results from the difference between hirings, which totaled 16,197,094 in the past year, and dismissals - which totaled 15,553,015 people.
This was the second consecutive year of formal job openings and also the best result since 2013 - when 1.117 million jobs were created with a signed worker's record book.
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