The National Federation of Goods, Services and Tourism Trade (CNC) expects 94.2 thousand temporary appointments in retail trade for Christmas period 2021. An increase in sales of about 3.8% is expected across Brazil, which justifies the higher number of hirings.
According to information from CNC, the retail business will see the highest increase in temporary hires, in this period, since 2013. About 12% of these workers should be hired after Christmas. Jobs should be in greater number in the apparel sectors with 57.91 thousand contracts, and hypermarkets and supermarkets with 18.99 thousand new vacancies.
The largest number of appointees per state
The estimated hires in the survey conducted by CNC show that the largest number of slots will be in State of Sao Paulo, with more than 25,000 new opportunities. Next is Minas Gerais, with more than 10,000 new temporary jobs. In third place will be the state of Rio de Janeiro, with more than 7.63 thousand new employees.
On the Agência Brasil portal, CNC economist Fabio Bentes said that vaccination against COVID-19 ended up attracting consumers Back to shopping. Since the end of the second wave of the epidemic, what has been observed is a steady growth in the circulation of consumers in commerce. The advancement of vaccination, in a way, removes the scenario of new restrictive measures. He explained that if the distribution is to rise in the coming months, the trend is to hire more.
temporary contractor salaries
Still in the research done by CNC, the estimate is the average salary 1.608.00 Brazilian Real For new appointments that will be temporary. If this is really confirmed, profits will be greater than the same period last year, which was R$1,531.00 on average.
The sectors with the highest salaries are sales of specialized communications and information technology products, valued at R$1,866.00. As for pharmaceuticals, perfumes and cosmetics, salaries may reach R$1,647. The two parts will answer 0.8% of new temporary jobs.
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