A situação ocupacional dos imigrantes brasileiros na Espanha
This article aims to present the main characteristics of Brazilian workers who work in the formal labor market in Spanish, using the new source of information from the Spanish Social Security. In general, Brazilians workers are occupied mainly in the construction sector, main motor of the Spanish economy in recent years, and in domestic services, for women case. Significant differences in wages are observed and an important percentage of temporary contracts in the Brazilians workforce, setting up a situation of increased insecurity at front fluctuations of the economy.
|Date of creation:||Jun 2009|
|Publication status:||Published in Centro de Estudios Brasileños de la Fundacion Ortega y Gasset|
|Contact details of provider:|| Postal: Universidade Federal de Goias UFG - Campus Samambaia (Campus II) Rodovia Goiania/Nova Veneza, Km 0 CEP 74690-900, Goiania, Brasil|
Web page: http://www.face.ufg.br/economia
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