Criada em 12/02/2014
Employment in the industry fell by 1.1% in 2013 and 0.3 % from November to December 2013 , in the series of seasonal influences , informed the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics ( IBGE ) . In 2012 , the result was a drop of 1.4 % .
Compared with December 2012 , industrial employment showed a decrease of 1.7 % , the 27th negative result in this type of comparison and the most intense since September 2012, when it fell by 1.9 % .
Hours paid . The number of hours paid to industrial workers closed the year 2013 with a reduction of 1.3% . The decline , however , was less intense than that observed in closing 2012 , when it fell 1.9 % .
From November to December 2013 , the number of hours paid , already seasonally adjusted , was stable (0.0 % ) , after increasing 0.3 % in October and retreated 0.4 % in November. With these results , the quarterly moving average paid hours also remained stable ( 0.0 %) in the December quarter .
Compared to December 2012 , the number of paid hours fell 2.1% in December 2013 , the seventh consecutive negative rate in this type of comparison .
Payroll . The value of the real payroll of workers in industry closed 2013 with an increase of 1.2 % , according to IBGE. There was positive rates in ten of the 14 areas surveyed .
The positive contribution to the overall industry was recorded in São Paulo (1.0 % ) , followed by North and Midwest ( 3.6% ) , Rio de Janeiro ( 2.6% ) , Rio Grande do Sul ( 2.1% ) , Santa Catarina ( 2.5 % ) , Minas Gerais ( 1.2% ) and Paraná ( 0.7 % ) . In the opposite direction , there was a decline in the Northeast ( -1.4 % ) , Pernambuco ( -4.2 % ) , Bahia ( -1.4 % ) and Espírito Santo ( -1.1 % ) .
From November to December last year, the real payroll seasonally adjusted fell 0.7 % , after registering growth of 2.7 % in the previous month. In December , there was a negative influence on both the extractive sector ( -3.1 %) and the manufacturing industry ( -0.8 % ) . Compared with December 2012, the value of the real payroll was down 2.9 % , the second consecutive negative result .