Brazil: 60% of informal workers rely on “odd jobs” to survive, says study

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - More than 19.6 million Brazilians survive with jobs known as "bicos" ("odd jobs"), about 60% of the 32.5 million informal workers in the country.

The numbers are from the study "Portrait of Informal Work in Brazil: challenges and ways to solve them", released by . . .

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