Brazil sets record for job creation this decade in 2021

Job creation in 2022 is expected to be driven by a federal government program to train youth and adults.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil ended 2021 by creating more than 2.7 million new jobs with signed work cards. This figure represents a record for the decade.

Given these results, there is the prospect that the number of jobs will increase even more through projects and programs such as the Voluntary Civil Service Program and the training of youth and adults designed by the federal government.

The Minister of Labor and Social Security, Onyx Lorenzoni, commented on the issue in an interview, highlighting the government's efforts to provide opportunities for the more than 40 million Brazilians engaged in . . .

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