Brazil's economy added jobs in March for the first time since November, government data showed on Thursday, suggesting the country's likely recession may not be as severe as many economists feared. Factories, farms and services companies in Brazil added a net 19,282 jobs in March, the Labor Ministry said, topping market expectations for 25,000 net firings. Read full article
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Only 29,396 more to catch up with those fired then!Apr 24th, 2015 - 11:03 am - Link - Report abuse 0
Not forgetting the 100,000 per month from November that have not been 'set on'.
So still a disaster then.