Brazil’s industry lost 1.4 million jobs between 2013 and 2019 – IBGE

The assessment is part of the "Employment in Crisis: The Path to Better Jobs in a Post-COVID-19 Latin America" report released by the World Bank on Tuesday, July 20.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on the economy is expected to affect the wages of Brazilian workers for up to 9 years, according to the World Bank.

The marks left by the health crisis in Latin America will be particularly felt by less qualified workers and in a more vulnerable position in the labor market, the institution points out.

"In Brazil and Ecuador, although workers with higher education do not suffer the impacts of the crisis in terms of wages and experience short-term employment impacts, the effects on employment and wages of the . . .

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