Over the four years of President Jair Bolsonaro's mandate, a little more than 4 million formal job openings were created in Brazil.
The data appears in a survey by Revista Oeste on information released by the federal government on Tuesday, 31.
When Bolsonaro took office in January 2019, Brazil had about 38 million formal jobs.
After four years marked by management of liberal direction, the mark was close to 43 million formal jobs.
Thus, on average . . .
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