Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Looking For a Job? Brazil Added 1.9M Jobs So Far This Year, And This Is a Bad Year For Brazil!

The Brazilian Ministry of Labor and Employment announced today that in November of this year the number of hirings exceeded the number of layoffs by by 42,735 during the period. This is actually the worst result for the month of November since 2008, when the net balance was negative in 40,821. Compared to the same month of 2010, when 138,247 jobs were created, there was a drop of 69%. The previous month, there was a slight increase of 0.39% in the numberof employees with a formal contract.

Hiring was 1,620,422, while layoffs totaled 1,577,687, both the highest for the month of November.

Also, according todata accumulated in 2011 the jobs generated between January and November totaled 2,320,753, representing a growth of 6.46% compared to the number of jobs in December 2010. The result of this period was the second best in the series between the years 2003 and 2011, behind only the result of 2010, when 2,918,549 formal jobs were generated .

As for the last 12 months, 1,900,571 jobs have been created.

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