Brazil Opens Net 313,564 Formal Jobs in September, Third Straight Month of Growth

The Special Secretary assessed that the net loss of formal jobs at the peak of the pandemic was due more to the reduction in hiring than to the increase in layoffs compared to preceding periods.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Special Secretary of Social Security and Labor Bruno Bianco said on Thursday, October 29th, that there is a marked upswing in the Brazilian labor market, which recorded the third consecutive month of formal employment growth in September . . .

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