The actual income received by workers in Brazil grew 2.9% in the quarter ending in October, compared with the previous three months, and reached R$ 2,754 or US$520.
The data were released by IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) on Wednesday (30) morning.
With the evolution for the 4th month in a row, the PNAD Continuous figures show that the accurate usual income mass reached R$269.5 billion, a record in the historical series that began in 2012.
Among the placements, the highlight is the increase in the group of employees in the public sector . . .