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It’s been a tremendous year at Assured Labor, filled with challenges and opportunities. We’re thrilled to have placed thousands of people placed in life-changing jobs. With 2013 coming to an end we wanted to share some insights into Web, Mobile, and Jobs in Brazil and Mexico. Things are heating up in Mobile Recruitment and we look forward to keeping in touch over the year ahead.

All the Best in 2014!

The Assured Labor team

infographic-assuredlabor-01Employment and Technology use in Mexico and Brazil 2013

  • “Employment is the keystone of economic and social development” – World Development Report 2013 – World Bank
  • Population in Millions
    • Mexico – 120,800,000 people
    • Brazil – 198,700,000 people
  • Active Labor Force:
    • Mexico: 43% of the population
    • Brazil: 51.9% of the population 
  • Unemployment rates in the last 13 years
    • Unemployment rates in Mexico:
      • From 2000 to 2009, unemployment in Mexico rose from 4% to approximately 7%.
      • From 2009 to 2013 unemployment in Mexico fell from 7% to approximately 5%.
      • The unemployment rate in Mexico in 2013 stands at 5.22%.
    • Unemployment rates in Brazil:
      • From 2000 to 2005 the unemployment rate in Brazil increased form 8% to almost 10%.
      • From 2005 to 2013 the unemployment rate in Brazil fell from 10% to approximately 5%.
      • The unemployment rate in Brazil in 2013 stands at 5.5%.
  • Formal and Informal Jobs:
    • Mexico
      • 60% of the Mexican labor force is involved in the informal economy
      • 40% of the Mexican labor force holds a formal sector job
    • Brazil
      • 47% of the Brazilian labor force currently works in the informal economy.
      • 53% of Brazilian labor force works in the formal economy.
  • Internet Penetration, Web, and Mobile:
    • Mexico
      • Mexico’s cellphone penetration rate (total cellphone subscriptions divided by the total population) is 90%.
      • 37% of Mexico’s population is on the internet
      • 23% of Mexico’s population has access to the internet via mobile
    • Brazil
      • Brazil’s cellphone penetration rate (total cellphone subscriptions divided by the total population) is 133%, meaning there are more phones than people.
      • 46% of Brazil’s population is on the Internet.
      • 26% of Brazil’s population can access the Internet via mobile.
  • Top Web Sites in Mexico & Brazil in 2013
    • Most visited websites in Mexico in 2013
      • google.com.mx
      • facebook.com
      • google.com
      • youtube.com
      • live.com
      • yahoo.com
      • wikipedia.org
      • twitter.com
      • mercadolibre.com.mx
      • msn.com
    • Most visited websites in Brazil in 2013
      • facebook.com
      • google.com.br
      • google.com
      • youtube.com
      • uol.com.br
      • globo.com
      • live.com
      • yahoo.com
      • blogspot.com.br
      • mercadolivre.com.br

About EmpleoListo & TrabalhoJá

  • About our Employers: We work with more than 25,000 companies, that post jobs every day on our websites. The following statistics show a breakdown of the number of job posts released on our job boards by the size of the company:
    • Jobs released on www.empleolisto.com.mx (our Mexican Job Board):
      • 1 to 25 Employees: 4.4%.
      • 26 to 75 Employees: 24%
      • 76 to 150 Employees: 14%
      • 150 to 500 Employees: 5%
      • More than 500 Employees: 3%
    • Jobs released on www.trabalhoja.com.br (our Brazilian Job Board):
      • 1 to 25 Employees  38%.
      • 26 to 75 Employees  26%
      • 76 to 150 Employees  17%
      • 150 to 500 Employees  8%
      • More than 500 Employees  8%
  • Job seekers using EmpleoListo & TrabalhoJá by gender and age:
    • Mexican Job Seekers by Gender:
      • 48% of Mexican job seekers in are female
      • 52% of Mexican job seekers in are males
    • Mexican Job Seekers by Age:
      • 24% of Mexican job seekers are age 22 and older
      • 37% of Mexican job seekers range from 22 – 30 years old
      • 22% of Mexican job seekers range from 30 to 40 years old
      • 17% of Mexican job seekers are 40 years of age or older
    • Brazilian Job Seekers by Gender
      • 61% of job seekers in Brazil are female
      • 39% of job seekers in Brazil are male
    • Brazilian Job Seekers by Age:
      • 32.8% of job seekers are age 22 and older
      • 28.8% of job seekers range from 22 to 30 years in age
      • 22.8% of job seekers range from 30 to 40 years in age
      • 14.8% of job seekers are 40 years of age or older
  • Job Posts and Job Seekers on EmpleoListo & TrabalhoJá by Job category:
    • Mexico – Job Posts by job type category:
      • Administration positions: 17%
      • Sales positions: 21%
      • Operations positions: 22%
      • Hotels & Restaurants positions: 7%
      • Accounting positions: 10%
      • IT positions: 10%
      • Other professions: 12%
    • Brazil – Job Posts by job type category
      • Administration positions: 7%
      • Sales positions: 44%
      • Operations jobs: 27%
      • Hotels & Restaurants jobs: 8%
      • Accounting positions: 2%
      • IT jobs: 8%
      • Other professions: 5%
    • Mexico – Job Seekers by job type category:
      • Administration: 36%
      • Sales: 43%
      • Operations: 36%
      • Hotels & Restaurants: 16%
      • Accounting: 7%
      • IT: 16%
      • Other Professions: 12%
    • Brazil – Job Seekers by job type category:
      • Administration: 31%
      • Sales: 46%
      • Operations: 48%
      • Hotels & Restaurants: 11%
      • Accounting: 4%
      • IT: 12%
      • Other Professions: 8%

       

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