Brazil creates 136,000 formal jobs in March, achieving a third consecutive month of gains

The data show that there was a positive balance in four of the five groups of economic sectors. Most new jobs were created in the services sector, followed by construction and civil engineering.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil ended the month of March 2022 with the creation of 136,189 formal jobs. This is according to the balance of the General Cadastre of Employed and Unemployed (Caged), presented Thursday (28) by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security.

The balance in March was 1,953,071 hires minus 1,816,882 layoffs. The total number of formal jobs, i.e. the total number of active employment contracts in the country, was 41.2 million at the end of March, a positive change of 0.33% from the previous month.

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