WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2014
BRASILIA–Brazilian employers added 105,384 jobs in April, the Labor Ministry said Wednesday.
The result is the worst for the month since 2000, when 125,071 jobs were added, the ministry said.
April’s result adds 0.26% to the total stock, the ministry said.
The result shows that Brazil “keeps creating jobs, but at a slower rate,” according to the ministry’s press release.