Small-sized companies create 76% of new jobs in Brazil

A survey by SEBRAE shows that new job openings come mainly from micro- and small-sized companies in the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A survey by the Brazilian Micro- and Small-Sized Enterprise Support Service (SEBRAE) shows that micro- and small-sized enterprises are the primary new job creators in Brazil.

The survey showed that they accounted for 76% of job openings in the country in November 2021. According to SEBRAE, for 15 consecutive running, small-sized enterprises created the most jobs.

Commerce was responsible for opening 116,700 jobs in Brazil in November, followed by services, construction and manufacturing.

As for medium- and large-sized enterprises, the highest number of jobs was created in the service sector (80 . . .

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