27 December 2012

Angola: More Than 200.000 Jobs Created in 2012

Luanda — The technician of the national management of employment and professional training, Manuel Mbangui, said on Thursday here that it was generated over 200.000 jobs by the national economy in 2012.

The technician said so on the fringes of the meeting on numerical data of employment market.

In addition, Manuel Mbangui said that the main sectors that generated more jobs were companies of the areas of transport, trade and agriculture.

This figure represents an increase of jobs with if compared to 2011, taking into account the related 110.000 new jobs.

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