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The skilled worker market in Brazil is expected to grow in the next two years, according to a survey by Senai, the National Service for Industrial Apprenticeships. One year after graduating, graduates in technical subjects have experienced a +24% increase in salary.
Brazil is expected to need an additional 5.5 million workers with technical skills in the next two years. There are currently 4,285 institutes offer technical courses across Brazil with courses usually lasting two years. One of the most popular courses is electrical engineering.
This report has been released at the same time as the National Survey of Household Sampling (PNAD) reporting a decline in the average monthly salaries for educated workers across Brazil.
Senai’s mission is to promote vocational and technological education, innovation and transfer of industrial technologies, contributing to increasing the competitiveness of Brazilian industries.