According to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), the number of informal workers hit a record despite the decrease in the country's unemployment rate. There are about 39.3 million citizens in informality, which represents 40%.
The occupied population also broke records in the last quarter data released by the Institute. There are more than 98 million employed Brazilians. However, with the advance of informal jobs, precariousness is present.
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