Brazil Sees Fifth Consecutive Month of Positive Employment Balance

The data are from the General Registry of Employees and Unemployed (CAGED), released on Wednesday, September 25th, by the Secretary of Labor of the Special Secretary of Social Welfare and Labor of the Ministry of Economy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For the fifth consecutive month, Brazil had a positive balance in formal job creation. In August, the number of additional openings in the labor market was 121,387, which is the positive balance resulting from 1,382,407 admissions and 1,261,020 dismissals.

The August result represents a variation of 0.31 percent in relation to the previous month. It was the best result for the month of . . .

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