Brazil Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age

Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil data was reported at 53.900 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 54.500 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil data is updated quarterly, averaging 56.000 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 57.300 % in Dec 2013 and a record low of 53.100 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

53.900

Mar 2019
Previous

54.500

Dec 2018
Min

53.100

Mar 2017
Max

57.300

Dec 2013
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

53.900

% Mar 2019

54.500

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

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Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 14 to 17 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 14 to 17 Years data was reported at 11.100 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 11.400 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 14 to 17 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 14.900 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 18.900 % in Jun 2012 and a record low of 10.900 % in Jun 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 14 to 17 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

11.100

Mar 2019
Previous

11.400

Dec 2018
Min

10.900

Jun 2018
Max

18.900

Jun 2012
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

11.100

% Mar 2019

11.400

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

View Brazil's Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 14 to 17 Years from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019 in the chart:

Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 18 to 24 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 18 to 24 Years data was reported at 50.500 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 51.600 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 18 to 24 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 54.800 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 60.000 % in Sep 2012 and a record low of 49.300 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 18 to 24 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

50.500

Mar 2019
Previous

51.600

Dec 2018
Min

49.300

Mar 2017
Max

60.000

Sep 2012
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

50.500

% Mar 2019

51.600

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

View Brazil's Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 18 to 24 Years from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019 in the chart:

Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 25 to 39 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 25 to 39 Years data was reported at 72.600 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 73.700 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 25 to 39 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 74.300 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 76.000 % in Dec 2013 and a record low of 71.500 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 25 to 39 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

72.600

Mar 2019
Previous

73.700

Dec 2018
Min

71.500

Mar 2017
Max

76.000

Dec 2013
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

72.600

% Mar 2019

73.700

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

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Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 40 to 59 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 40 to 59 Years data was reported at 67.800 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 68.500 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 40 to 59 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 68.500 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 70.000 % in Dec 2014 and a record low of 66.900 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 40 to 59 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

67.800

Mar 2019
Previous

68.500

Dec 2018
Min

66.900

Mar 2017
Max

70.000

Dec 2014
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

67.800

% Mar 2019

68.500

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

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Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 60 Years or More

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 60 Years or More data was reported at 22.700 % in Mar 2019. This stayed constant from the previous number of 22.700 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 60 Years or More data is updated quarterly, averaging 22.100 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 22.800 % in Sep 2018 and a record low of 21.400 % in Sep 2016. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 60 Years or More data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

22.700

Mar 2019
Previous

22.700

Dec 2018
Min

21.400

Sep 2016
Max

22.800

Sep 2018
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

22.700

% Mar 2019

22.700

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

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Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West data was reported at 59.100 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 60.300 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West data is updated quarterly, averaging 60.300 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 62.100 % in Sep 2013 and a record low of 57.300 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

59.100

Mar 2019
Previous

60.300

Dec 2018
Min

57.300

Mar 2017
Max

62.100

Sep 2013
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

59.100

% Mar 2019

60.300

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

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Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 14 to 17 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 14 to 17 Years data was reported at 14.200 % in Mar 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 13.800 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 14 to 17 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 18.000 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 22.100 % in Jun 2012 and a record low of 12.900 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 14 to 17 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

14.200

Mar 2019
Previous

13.800

Dec 2018
Min

12.900

Mar 2017
Max

22.100

Jun 2012
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

14.200

% Mar 2019

13.800

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

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Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 18 to 24 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 18 to 24 Years data was reported at 57.100 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 58.300 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 18 to 24 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 57.900 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 63.800 % in Sep 2013 and a record low of 53.900 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 18 to 24 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

57.100

Mar 2019
Previous

58.300

Dec 2018
Min

53.900

Mar 2017
Max

63.800

Sep 2013
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

57.100

% Mar 2019

58.300

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

View Brazil's Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 18 to 24 Years from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019 in the chart:

Brazil Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 25 to 39 Years

2012 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 25 to 39 Years data was reported at 76.700 % in Mar 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 78.200 % for Dec 2018. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 25 to 39 Years data is updated quarterly, averaging 77.200 % from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019, with 29 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 78.600 % in Sep 2014 and a record low of 74.800 % in Mar 2017. Brazil’s Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 25 to 39 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBA041: Continuous National Household Sample Survey: Employment: % Working Age Population: by Age. It is the percentage of employed persons in the week of reference in relation to person at work age.

Last

76.700

Mar 2019
Previous

78.200

Dec 2018
Min

74.800

Mar 2017
Max

78.600

Sep 2014
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

76.700

% Mar 2019

78.200

% Dec 2018

quarterly

Mar 2012 - Mar 2019

Updated on 16 May 2019

View Brazil's Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 25 to 39 Years from Mar 2012 to Mar 2019 in the chart:

Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil
Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 14 to 17 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 18 to 24 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 25 to 39 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 40 to 59 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Brazil: 60 Years or More
Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West
Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 14 to 17 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 18 to 24 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 25 to 39 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 40 to 59 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Central West: 60 Years or More
Employment: % Working Age Population: North
Employment: % Working Age Population: North: 14 to 17 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: North: 18 to 24 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: North: 25 to 39 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: North: 40 to 59 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: North: 60 Years or More
Employment: % Working Age Population: Northeast
Employment: % Working Age Population: Northeast: 14 to 17 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Northeast: 18 to 24 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Northeast: 25 to 39 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Northeast: 40 to 59 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Northeast: 60 Years or More
Employment: % Working Age Population: South
Employment: % Working Age Population: South: 14 to 17 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: South: 18 to 24 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: South: 25 to 39 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: South: 40 to 59 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: South: 60 Years or More
Employment: % Working Age Population: Southeast
Employment: % Working Age Population: Southeast: 14 to 17 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Southeast: 18 to 24 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Southeast: 25 to 39 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Southeast: 40 to 59 Years
Employment: % Working Age Population: Southeast: 60 Years or More
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