Job opportunities in Brazil have become even more complicated with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, so it is interesting to take advantage of all kinds of opportunities that arise, and in Anhangabaú there will be a job campaign, promoted by the Workers Union and UGT.
This mutirão will continue until 09/04 starting on August 30, 2021. This action is well known for having huge queues, in the center of the city of São Paulo, and the second edition will be online🇧🇷 Last year, there were around 300,000 registrations for only 8,000 vacancies.
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How many companies will offer vacancies?
There will be 45 companies that will offer vacancies with more than 12 thousand proposals in the commercial area, industry and other services. To be able to participate, they must only register on the site, which will be equivalent to a curriculum, for example, in addition to informing data on education, skills, courses and other experiences. Contact details are important!
The main objective is to reduce the barriers between candidates and HR, according to the president of UGT and the Commerce Workers Union, Ricardo Patah. With unemployment rates rising, applicant numbers will continue to rise at exponential levels.
Two other unions participate in this task force: the Cleanliness and Conservation Union, better known as Siemaco, and the Bakers Union.
unemployment in Brazil
In the first quarter of 2021, unemployment rates reached 14.6% and were released at the end of July by the IBGE. Only in São Paulo is it possible to see the same percentage rate indicated by an analysis carried out by Seade and released by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics.
There has been a slight decrease in this rate of 0.6%, which is clearly still a huge problem in Brazil as unemployment continues to rise relentlessly. Much of this is due to the coronavirus pandemic, as several MEI workers had to close their doors due to lack of customers and fear of becoming infected.
There are 14 million unemployed looking for a new job to support themselves and their families, but many companies have become even more demanding at a completely problematic time.