RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil counts 25.6 million people who would like to be working, but did not look for a job in May during the novel coronavirus pandemic in the country, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) reported on Tuesday, June 16th.
Of that total, 17.7 million said they did not seek employment either because of the pandemic or because they do not have a job in their area - which could also be linked to Covid-19.
This is the first edition of an extraordinary survey conducted by the IBGE, called PNAD Covid19, to assess . . .