Sixty-five Percent of Brazil’s Unemployed Have Been out of Work More than One Year

According to an IPSOS study, older workers are most affected by the delay in finding a job. Almost 80 percent of those between ages 55 and 65 have been seeking a new position for at least two years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Six out of every ten people unemployed in Brazil (65 percent) have been out of work for more than a year, according to the Labor Practices survey, commissioned by ALELO (company focused on workers' quality of life) and conducted by the IPSOS . . .

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