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Brazil’s latest unemployment figures, released …

The Buenos Aires Ombudsman or (Defensoría del Pueblo) reported yesterday that 35.87 percent of the 250 most recent queries that they have so far received have been about the struggle many porteños increasingly face everyday: paying their rent.  

Argentina’s unemployment rate rose by 0.9 percent inter-annual in the second quarter of 2018, hitting 9.6 percent, according to the latest report released by the Indec statistics agency on Thursday.

The figure represents roughly 250,000 new people who are unable …

Increasingly, Argentine residents are turning to Facebook “Compra/Vende,” or “Buy/Sell” groups to trade goods and obtain basic necessities that they might not be able to afford otherwise. This practice has become increasingly common among the country’s poor,

As of July 3rd, the latest principal economic indicators for the city of Buenos Aires have officially been released for the year of 2017/2018.

For your convenience (thank us later), we’ve summarized the main points:

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Argentina’s unemployment rate increased by 1.7 percent in three months and clocked in at 9.1 percent in the first quarter of 2018, according to a report released today by the Indec statistics agency. Moreover, the figures show that another 6.8 …

For the first time in a while, the government can look at a survey from the INDEC statistics agency and breathe a sigh of relief: the entity reported yesterday the final numbers of Argentina’s unemployment rate for the last quarter …

So, it’s not exactly groundbreaking to say that in order to become a successful adult, getting a job is probably going to be one of the steps one must complete, right?

While this might be true, the job market tends …

The Finance Ministry was celebrating yesterday after the first truly comparable job market stats in years published by the INDEC statistics bureau showed a decline of 0.6 percentage points in the unemployment rate. But a detailed look at the report …

The unemployment rate in Argentina dropped by 0.9 percent — from 8.5 to 7.6 percent — between the third and fourth quarters of 2016, according to figures from the INDEC statistics agency. However, a closer look reveals that there’s not …