Brazil Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date

Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off data was reported at 11,103.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 8,138.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off data is updated monthly, averaging 21,376.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 57,849.000 Unit in Dec 2014 and a record low of 2,079.000 Unit in Jan 2004. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

11,103.000

Apr 2019
Previous

8,138.000

Mar 2019
Min

2,079.000

Jan 2004
Max

57,849.000

Dec 2014
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

11,103.000

Unit Apr 2019

8,138.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West data was reported at 1,147.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 882.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West data is updated monthly, averaging 1,810.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 6,096.000 Unit in Dec 2013 and a record low of 108.000 Unit in Jan 2004. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

1,147.000

Apr 2019
Previous

882.000

Mar 2019
Min

108.000

Jan 2004
Max

6,096.000

Dec 2013
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

1,147.000

Unit Apr 2019

882.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Distrito Federal

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Distrito Federal data was reported at 21.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 20.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Distrito Federal data is updated monthly, averaging 45.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 228.000 Unit in Dec 2010 and a record low of 2.000 Unit in Jan 2016. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Distrito Federal 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

21.000

Apr 2019
Previous

20.000

Mar 2019
Min

2.000

Jan 2016
Max

228.000

Dec 2010
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

21.000

Unit Apr 2019

20.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Goiás

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Goiás data was reported at 612.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 481.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Goiás data is updated monthly, averaging 885.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2,993.000 Unit in Dec 2013 and a record low of 34.000 Unit in Jan 2004. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Goiás 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

612.000

Apr 2019
Previous

481.000

Mar 2019
Min

34.000

Jan 2004
Max

2,993.000

Dec 2013
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

612.000

Unit Apr 2019

481.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso data was reported at 324.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 239.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso data is updated monthly, averaging 549.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2,250.000 Unit in Dec 2014 and a record low of 29.000 Unit in Jan 2007. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

324.000

Apr 2019
Previous

239.000

Mar 2019
Min

29.000

Jan 2007
Max

2,250.000

Dec 2014
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

324.000

Unit Apr 2019

239.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso do Sul

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso do Sul data was reported at 190.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 142.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso do Sul data is updated monthly, averaging 274.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 836.000 Unit in Dec 2013 and a record low of 24.000 Unit in Feb 2003. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso do Sul 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

190.000

Apr 2019
Previous

142.000

Mar 2019
Min

24.000

Feb 2003
Max

836.000

Dec 2013
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

190.000

Unit Apr 2019

142.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan data was reported at 1,845.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 1,329.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan data is updated monthly, averaging 3,334.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 10,848.000 Unit in Dec 2014 and a record low of 312.000 Unit in Jan 2004. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

1,845.000

Apr 2019
Previous

1,329.000

Mar 2019
Min

312.000

Jan 2004
Max

10,848.000

Dec 2014
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

1,845.000

Unit Apr 2019

1,329.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belem

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belem data was reported at 3.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This stayed constant from the previous number of 3.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belem data is updated monthly, averaging 21.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 144.000 Unit in Dec 2014 and a record low of 0.000 Unit in Jan 2017. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belem 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

3.000

Apr 2019
Previous

3.000

Mar 2019
Min

0.000

Jan 2017
Max

144.000

Dec 2014
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

3.000

Unit Apr 2019

3.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belo Horizonte

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belo Horizonte data was reported at 716.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 514.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belo Horizonte data is updated monthly, averaging 1,048.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 3,886.000 Unit in Dec 2015 and a record low of 85.000 Unit in Jan 2004. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belo Horizonte 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

716.000

Apr 2019
Previous

514.000

Mar 2019
Min

85.000

Jan 2004
Max

3,886.000

Dec 2015
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

716.000

Unit Apr 2019

514.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

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Brazil Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Curitiba

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

Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Curitiba data was reported at 210.000 Unit in Apr 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 164.000 Unit for Mar 2019. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Curitiba data is updated monthly, averaging 381.000 Unit from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019, with 195 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,100.000 Unit in Dec 2013 and a record low of 28.000 Unit in Jan 2005. Brazil’s Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Curitiba 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.GBB047: Formal Employment: by Region and State: Mineral Extraction: Laid Off: Year-to-Date. Notes: The data included adjustments of the data deliver after the legal deadline. 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

210.000

Apr 2019
Previous

164.000

Mar 2019
Min

28.000

Jan 2005
Max

1,100.000

Dec 2013
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

210.000

Unit Apr 2019

164.000

Unit Mar 2019

monthly

Feb 2003 - Apr 2019

Updated on 24 May 2019

View Brazil's Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Curitiba from Feb 2003 to Apr 2019 in the chart:

Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Distrito Federal
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Goiás
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Central West: Mato Grosso do Sul
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belem
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Belo Horizonte
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Curitiba
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Fortaleza
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Porto Alegre
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Recife
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Rio de Janeiro
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: Salvador
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Metropolitan: São Paulo
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Acre
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Amapá
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Amazonas
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Pará
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Rondônia
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Roraima
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: North: Tocantins
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Alagoas
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Bahia
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Ceará
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Maranhão
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Paraíba
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Pernambuco
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Piauí
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Rio Grande do Norte
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Northeast: Sergipe
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: South
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: South: Paraná
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: South: Rio Grande do Sul
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: South: Santa Catarina
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Southeast
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Southeast: Espírito Santo
Formal Employment: Mineral Extraction: ytd: Laid Off: Southeast: Minas Gerais
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