Brazil: ILO and Ministry of Labor launch guide to map job changes

On 23 March the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and the International Labor Organization (ILO) launched Brazil’s first Guide to Occupations. This online document offers updated quantitative and qualitative information on the characteristics and main indicators of 2,609 occupations currently operating in the local labor market, and provides key data, in particular, for human resources professionals.

Through . Published on 29 March 2022 à 12h43 - Update on 29 March 2022 à 12h43

Based on official administrative files from the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, such as the annual list of social data and the new General Register of Employees and Unemployed, this guide aims to help public policy managers and the private sector map the changes in occupations in a country with over 5,570 cities.…

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