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Empregos e Salários

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Thanks to the federal government’s public servant hiring policy, many qualified professionals have gotten work and mainly serve the populations that most need services. This was the case of Otan de Lima Pereira, 31, who was born in the Raposa Serra do Sol indigenous area, on the northern edge of Roraima.

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The growth in the number of civil servants represents the dedication of more professionals to meet the demands of the population for quality public services. In education alone, the number of active employees increased from 165,163 in 2002 to 247,961 in December 2013, an increase of 50.1% — more precisely, by 82,798 public servants.

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A ampliação dos empregos com carteira assinada fortaleceu o Regime Geral de Previdência Social (RGPS) que praticamente dobrou sua receita nos governos Dilma e Lula. Em 2012, a Previdência Social arrecadou R$ 293,3 bilhões, ante R$ 151,8 bilhões em 2002.

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The success in stimulating the emergence of a domestic mass consumption market and investing in sectors with high employment multipliers can be seen by segments that opened up the most jobs between 2003 and 2012. In absolute terms, the first two places are trade and services, followed by transformation. In proportional terms, the civil construction industry was the sector that grew most over this period: 10.1% per year.

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Ninety-five percent of formal jobs made available between 2000 and 2010 benefited those at the base of Brazil’s social pyramid, with compensation of up to 1.5 times the minimum wage, according to the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA). This is precisely the social group that previously worked without a formal employment contract and, therefore, had no guarantee of labor rights, such as a 13 month’s wage, paid vacations, extra pay for working in unhealthy conditions, and maternal and paternal leave, among others.

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Número de Empregos Formais

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Javã Lauriano da Silva, from Jaboatão dos Guararapes/PE

"The Lula government facilitated access to education, decent employment and home ownership. I took a technical course and am now in my third job through a public competition. It’s what allowed me to finance my own house. I’m a former beneficiary of the Bolsa Família who rose from poverty to C class."