The latest national household survey by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) revealed that 14 million people were looking for a job in the last quarter. Highest number since the series was created in 2012.
Despite the data, technology companies and startups are offering jobs for remote and face-to-face positions throughout Brazil. There are vacancies for interns and graduates. Benefits include a career plan, food and meal vouchers, health and dental insurance, life insurance, internet assistance, Gympass and an agreement with a pharmacy.
+ Public tenders open vacancies; salaries reach BRL 15.5 thousand
Check out the opportunities:
Healthtech, a specialist in remote laboratory tests, has 70 job openings open for the cities of Curitiba, São Paulo, Fortaleza and Manaus. Most vacancies are for Curitiba. Among the positions: Quality Analyst (laboratory), Help Desk Analyst and Epidemiologist. More details at site.
Lalamove delivery services has 9 vacancies in São Paulo for Data Finance Associate, Mr. Marketing Manager, Inside Sales Coordination and other positions. Information on site.
Divibank, fintech that raises money for small companies and startups, has five vacancies for engineering and finance areas in São Paulo: Junior Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Head of Sales / Senior Sales Executive, Finance & Biz Ops Associate / Analyst , Senior Credit Risk & Analytics Specialist. Information here.
NZN online advertising and communication solutions has vacancies for the marketing area, in Curitiba and São Paulo. check out here.
Matera, a company that offers core banking and payment solutions, has vacancies in the areas of marketing, finance and technology. See the Details.
Contabilizei, an office that digitizes accounting processes, has 70 vacancies in the accounting, administration and technology areas. See the vacancies.
Squid, an influential marketing company, has 25 open positions in the areas of Marketing, Technology, Product, Sales and Customer Success. The details are here.
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