RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In November this year, the state of Rio de Janeiro created a net 16,922 jobs, becoming the country's second-largest employer, losing only to São Paulo.
Of these jobs, 13,368 are in trade. The service sector accounts for 5,148 posts.
In October, Rio de Janeiro closed a net 9,942 jobs, the worst balance in the country at the time.
Experts say the performance of formal employment in the state of Rio de Janeiro in November this year is an indication of local economic rebound.
The end of the year and . . .