Tourism expects to generate 190,000 jobs in 2022 in Brazil. Compared to last year, the sector has already advanced by 75%. know more
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The tourism sector has been one of the sectors that has suffered the most from the pandemic in Brazil, as well as around the world. Now, the market is finally reacting, and it has announced that it should create more than 190,000 new jobs by the end of the year. Appreciation from the National Federation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism. So, to know more about it, check it out below.
Tourism expects to generate 190,000 jobs in 2022
Thus, according to the union, the sector lost about 500,000 jobs at the beginning of the pandemic. However, since then, about 290 thousand jobs have been created. But by next year, the sector is expected to fully recover. In March, national tourism has already advanced more than 75% in March, compared to 2021.
In addition, the reaction in the tourism sector is also reflected in the opening of businesses. This year alone, there were more than 79,000 new establishments, mainly bars, restaurants, and car rental companies. In terms of revenue, the sector was also recovering. In April, tourism was only 3% below the level seen on the eve of the health crisis.
Finally, since the start of the coronavirus, the Ministry of Tourism has worked with other federal government bodies to support the tourism sector and pave the way for the resumption of activities. Thus, among the measures taken, ensuring salaries and working hours to avoid layoffs, as well as regulating consumer relations with clear rules regarding cancellation and rescheduling of reservations.
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