Caged shows that Brazil lost 91 thousand formal jobs in JuneThe result keeps the trend of more layoffs than hires in the labor market.
In June, 91.032 vacancies formal jobs were closed in the country, according to data from the General Register of Employed and Unemployed (Caged) released today (27) the Ministry of Labor. The result keeps the trend of more layoffs than hires in the labor market.
However, the result improved compared to June 2015, when they were closed 111.199 formal jobs. So far this year, the Caged accounts 531.765 closed spaces and, we last 12 months, the balance reaches 1,765 million jobs with a formal contract unless.
The services sector recorded the biggest drop of formal jobs in June this year, with closing 42.678 work stations. The sector includes banking, transport, communications, education and medical services, for example.
The manufacturing industry had the second largest job losses, with closing 31.102 vacancies. The building closed 28.149 jobs and trade, 26.787 posts.
The only activities with new vacancies were agriculture and public administration. The first opened 38.630 jobs in June and the second, 790 vacancies.
The biggest loss of jobs was recorded in São Paulo, with closing 29.914 vacancies. Second is Rio de Janeiro, indented 15.748, and third the Rio Grande do Sul, with less 10.340 vacancies.
Formal employment was positive only in eight Brazilian states in June. were they: Minas Gerais (4.567), Goiás (3.369), Mato Grosso (2.589), Acre (191), Piauí (101), Amapá (54), Mato Grosso do Sul (35) and Maranhão (17).
released from 1992, the Caged records hiring and layoffs in formal jobs based on statements submitted by employers to the Labour Ministry.