Brazil opens 56.151 new jobs in march

The pace is slow (mainly in Rio de Janeiro), but the Economy is still trying to get out of the ICU.

The Services sector was the main highlight of the month, registering a positive balance of 57.384 vacancies

The month of march recorded the opening of 56.151 new jobs in Brazil, an increase of 0.15% in relation to the stock of February. The result is a reflection of 1.340.153 admissions and 1.284.002 shutdowns. The data are in the General Register of Employed and Unemployed (Caged) of the Ministry of Labor, released on Friday (20).

“Our Brazil follows the route of the resumption of growth, with the market heated and the certainty that we are on the right path. The work continues and today is a big day, because these results cofirmam our expectation,” says the minister of Labour, Helton Yomura.

Sectors – Six of the eight major economic sectors had a positive balance. The main one was the Service, with the creation of 57.384 new jobs, growth of 0.34% over the previous month.

The Processing Industry was the second sector with the best results (+10.450 stations), with an increase of 0.14% over February.

The third best result was with the Civil Construction (+7.728 stations), followed by the sector of the Public Administration (+3.660 stations), mining (+360 jobs) and Industrial Services of Public Utility (SIUP) (+274 jobs).

Only two sectors had negative balances: Agriculture (-17.827 stations) and Trade (-5.878 stations).

The regions Of the five regions, three showed positive balances in the employment. The best performance was in the Southeast, which had an increase of 46.635 stations. The South did rise 21.091 positions, followed by the midwest, which has created 2.264 new stations. The performance penalties were recorded in the North (-231 stations) and in the Northeast (-13.608 stations).

Between the units of the federation, 15 the states and the Federal District recorded a positive variation in the balance of jobs and 11 states, a negative variation. The largest balances of employment took place in São Paulo (+30.459), Minas Gerais (+14.149), Rio Grande do Sul (+12.667), Paraná (+The 6,514), Goiás (+5.312) and Bahia (+4.151).

The smaller balances of employment occurred in the state of Pernambuco (-9.689), Alagoas (-6.999), Mato Grosso (-3.018), Sergipe (-2.477), Pará (-787 jobs) and Mato Grosso do Sul (-646).

Modernisation of Labour – The Law 13.467/2017, which promoted the Modernization of Labour, can be identified in the statistics of the labour market. In march, there was 13.522 disconnections by agreement between the employer and the employee, involving 9.775 establishments. São Paulo recorded the highest number of shutdowns (-4.204), followed by Paraná (-1.537), Rio de Janeiro (-1.255), Minas Gerais (-1.083), Rio Grande do Sul (-1.006) and Santa Catarina (-995).

In the mode of intermittent work, were performed 4.002 admissions and 803), generating balance of 3.199 jobs. The admissions are concentrated mainly in São Paulo (+767 posts), Minas Gerais (+446 posts), Rio de Janeiro (+361 stations), Holy Spirit (+316 posts), Goiás (+235 posts) and Ceará (+171 posts).

The balance of employment in the form of intermittent work distributed by Services (+1.506 stations), Processing Industry (+617 jobs), Construction (+538 posts), Trade (+310 jobs), Agriculture (+221 posts) and Industrial Services of Public Utility (+7 positions).

In the regime of part time work, have been recorded 6.851 admissions and 3.658 shutdowns, generating balance 3.193 jobs. Sao Paulo (+831 posts), Ceará (+442 posts), Santa Catarina (+383 posts), Minas Gerais (+235 jobs), Goiás (+200 jobs) and Rio Grande do Norte (+154 posts) were the states that showed the largest balances in this mode.

Already the balance of employment in part-time work distributed by the sectors of Services (2.253 posts), Trade (647), Processing Industry (200), Construction (52), Public Administration (30), Ranching (8) and Industrial Services of Public Utility (3).

Source: The ministry of Labour

Translated by Yandex.Translate and Global Translator

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