Record occupancy brings expectation of falling unemployment, says Inter chief economist

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In an interview with CNN this Thursday (30), the chief economist at Inter, Rafaela Vitória, commented on the unemployment rate in Brazil, which stood at 9.8% in the quarter ended in May, the lowest rate for the period since 2015.

According to the economist, as we observe a “record of employed people today”, there is an expectation of employment growth for the second half of the year.

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Vitória also commented that the results of the Continuous Pnad (Continuous National Household Sample Survey), released this Thursday by the IBGE, show a positive result, even for a moment of monetary tightening that the country is experiencing.

For the chief economist, it is necessary to have a greater commitment to investment in education and, in this way, “improve the preparation of young people so that we can have a growth of this more qualified workforce”.

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Finally, the specialist believes that the fall in the unemployment rate should continue in the second half of the year, but more slowly.

“We still expect a drop, this number of unemployed may reach closer to 9% in the second semester, but the speed of recovery should be slower from now on”, concludes Vitória.

See more in the video above.

Source: CNN Brasil

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