Uruguay: Unemployment and poverty are population’s main concerns – survey

The data are consistent with the current 10.4% unemployment rate, representing 184,000 people out of an economically active population of some 700,000, according to the National Statistics Institute (INE).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Unemployment and poverty are the main concerns for 6 out of 10 Uruguayans, according to a survey conducted by Nómade consulting firm and published September 22 in the media and social networks.

Unemployment was the main concern for 36% of respondents, while 21% cited poverty, representing over half of answers.

These figures are consistent with the current 10.4% unemployment rate, representing 184,000 people out of an economically active population of some 700,000, according to the National Statistics Institute (INE).

On the other hand, research by the Universidad de la República showed . . .

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