RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the labor monitor presented this week by Advice consulting firm, labor demand in Uruguay "resumed its growth path" at the close of 2021.
In November last year, 3,207 new jobs were registered, while in December this number increased and reached 3,571, up 11%. "These data are among the most remarkable because it means that labor demand is on an upward trend; we see a year-on-year growth between 2020 - the year the pandemic started - and 2021," said Advice Consulting Uruguay director Federico Muttoni. The expert also assured that the labor market . . .