Tebet confirms victory for CLTs and sets new increase in 2024

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Tebet confirms big victory for CLTs and sets new increase in 2024

Through her official Instagram profile, the Minister of Planning and Budget, Simone Tebet, confirmed a great victory for CLT workers and announced a new increase in addition to the minimum wage in 2024.

“Great news! The unemployment rate fell to 7.8% in the annual average of 2023, being the lowest since 2014, according to data released by @ibgeoficial. Economic stability, job market recovery, food on the table and more income and opportunities for everyone, this is our focus!”announced Tebet on his profile.

Therefore, in the quarter ended in December, the unemployment rate reached 7.4%, a decrease of 0.3 percentage points compared to the quarter from July to September. The data comes from the Continuous National Household Sample Survey (Pnad Contínua), released this past Wednesday (31/01), by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).

The annual result confirms the trend of recovery in the job market after the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The level is close to the beginning of the historical series, in 2012, when the average rate was 7.4%. The lowest rate in the series was in 2014, at 7.0%.

The trend is confirmed when observing the drop in the average unemployed population from 2022 to 2023: a reduction of 17.6%, reaching 8.5 million people. On the other hand, the employed population once again broke the series record and reached 100.7 million people in 2023, a result 3.8% above 2022.

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The annual estimate of the number of employees with a formal contract grew 5.8% in the year and reached 37.7 million people, the highest level in the historical series. The annual number of employees without a formal contract in the private sector increased by 5.9%, reaching 13.4 million people, also the highest value recorded in the historical series.

Furthermore, the number of domestic workers grew by 6.2%, reaching 6.1 million people. The annual informality rate went from 39.4% to 39.2% while the estimated discouraged population decreased by 12.4%, reaching 3.7 million people.

What is the minimum wage in 2024?

The minimum wage was readjusted from R$1,320 to R$ 1,412an increase of 6.97% that reflects the 3.85% increase in the INPC until November 2023 plus an economic growth of 3% in 2022.

Work card (Photo: Reproduction/ Internet)
Work card (Photo: Reproduction/ Internet)
Tebet announcement (Photo: Reproduction/ Instagram)
Tebet announcement (Photo: Reproduction/ Instagram)
SImone Tebet and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Reproduction: Internet)
SImone Tebet and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Reproduction: Internet)

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