Brazil generated 184,000 new formal jobs in March

Year-to-date records for 2021 show a net positive balance of 837,074 formal jobs, in almost all sectors of the economy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil generated a net 184,140 new jobs in March this year, the result of 1,608,007 hirings versus 1,423,867 firings of employees with a signed worker's record book. The data are from the Ministry of Economy, which on April 28th, released the Monthly Formal Employment Statistics, the New CAGED.

The result was celebrated by Minister of Economy Paulo Guedes. He believes that, with the population vaccinated against Covid-19, the country is resuming sustainable economic growth, with emphasis on the service sector.

"Unlike the first wave [of the covid-19 pandemic . . .

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