Brazil Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul

Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Retail

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Retail data was reported at 21,785.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 20,618.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Retail data is updated monthly, averaging 19,578.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 32,329.000 Unit in Nov 2012 and a record low of 10,461.000 Unit in Feb 2004. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Retail data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
21,785.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Wholesale

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Wholesale data was reported at 3,707.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 6,515.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Wholesale data is updated monthly, averaging 3,250.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 7,562.000 Unit in Mar 2015 and a record low of 1,481.000 Unit in Dec 2003. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Commerce: Wholesale data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
3,707.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Veterinary Products

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Veterinary Products data was reported at 1,650.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 1,681.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Veterinary Products data is updated monthly, averaging 1,824.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 3,135.000 Unit in Feb 2014 and a record low of 509.000 Unit in Dec 2015. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Veterinary Products data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
1,650.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Electrical and Communications

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Electrical and Communications data was reported at 410.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 425.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Electrical and Communications data is updated monthly, averaging 508.500 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,232.000 Unit in Nov 2004 and a record low of 167.000 Unit in Dec 2015. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Electrical and Communications data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
410.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Food Products and Beverage

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Food Products and Beverage data was reported at 5,044.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 5,521.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Food Products and Beverage data is updated monthly, averaging 5,807.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 9,699.000 Unit in Nov 2012 and a record low of 2,624.000 Unit in Aug 2003. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Food Products and Beverage data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
5,044.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Footwear

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Footwear data was reported at 3,716.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 5,080.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Footwear data is updated monthly, averaging 5,794.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 10,436.000 Unit in Mar 2010 and a record low of 331.000 Unit in Dec 2017. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Footwear data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
3,716.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Mechanical

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Mechanical data was reported at 2,099.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 2,084.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Mechanical data is updated monthly, averaging 1,985.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 4,369.000 Unit in Feb 2014 and a record low of 601.000 Unit in Dec 2016. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Mechanical data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
2,099.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Metallurgical

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Metallurgical data was reported at 1,932.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 1,784.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Metallurgical data is updated monthly, averaging 2,160.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 4,153.000 Unit in Mar 2011 and a record low of 623.000 Unit in Dec 2015. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Metallurgical data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
1,932.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral Products

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral Products data was reported at 818.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 772.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral Products data is updated monthly, averaging 707.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,526.000 Unit in Jan 2013 and a record low of 284.000 Unit in Dec 2016. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral Products data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
818.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Paper, Cardboard and Publishing

2003 - 2019 | Monthly | Unit | Ministry of Labor and Social Security

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Paper, Cardboard and Publishing data was reported at 547.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 595.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Paper, Cardboard and Publishing data is updated monthly, averaging 924.000 Unit from May 2003 to Apr 2019, with 192 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,354.000 Unit in Mar 2010 and a record low of 262.000 Unit in Dec 2018. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Rio Grande do Sul: Admitted: Manufacturing: Paper, Cardboard and Publishing data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Labour Market – Table BR.GBC061: Formal Employment: by Industry: Rio Grande do Sul. The concepts used in CAGED refer to changes in employment regulated by CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws), occurred in the establishment, informs the movement of wage employment Hired Under Employment Laws. Therefore describes a portion of all working people. It is considered as an admission every entry of worker in a company in the current month. And as layoffs, every output from person whose employment relationship ceased during the month for any reason (resignation, retirement, death), either by the employer or the employee. Balance (Absolute Change), indicates the difference between Admitted and Laid Off.

Last Frequency Range
547.000 Apr 2019 monthly May 2003 - Apr 2019

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