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Informal employment grows in Brazil, says Ipea

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a study released by Ipea (Institute for Applied Economic Research) on Tuesday (21), Brazil has 13.5 million unemployed. Of these, 29% have been looking for a new job for more than two years.

In 2012, the most significant increase in the population's occupation was informal jobs. Check out the full report.

"In the third quarter of the year, in the interannual comparison, the number of workers without a labor card and on their account registered an . . .

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