Analysis: Unemployment in Brazil falls for 9th month in a row, strengthening Bolsonaro’s position

The total number of unemployed in the country (11.3 million) fell by 25.3% during the year; result surprises financial market analysts.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As reported a couple of days ago, Brazil's unemployment rate in the first months of 2022 fell to its lowest level since 2016, reaching 10.5%. It has returned to the level of the Dilma Rousseff (PT) government.

The figure surprised financial market analysts and gave a boost to the pre-campaign of Jair Bolsonaro, who is struggling in defense of his economic policies.

Figures compiled by Poder360 show that the unemployment . . .

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