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Retail, food, beverage, finance and technology are the top five sectors that create jobs in Latin America, according to Latin Trade’s Top 100 Employers of 2018 ranking. Twenty-four retailers account for 31.4 percent of jobs ...
Entertainment, telecoms and retailers among the biggest winners this year Latin America’s top employers saw their workforce go down by 0.5 percent, showing a steady employment rate despite economic and political woes in some countries, ...
Region’s largest employers increase workforce by 2.5 percent The region’s largest employers increased their workforce by 2.5 percent in 2014, to 6.3 million, according to Latin Trade’s Latin America Top 100 Employers, which ranks firms ...
Who are the largest employers in Latin America? Employment at the 100 largest employers in Latin America has undergone major transformations in the last four years that have largely gone unnoticed. Data from Latin Business ...
The U.S. superstore chain employs over 600,000 in the region – more than the next four largest employers combined. While energy companies such as Brazil’s Petrobras and Mexico’s Pemex lead the region in revenues, retail ...
Latin Business Chronicle ranks Latin America’s Top 100 Employers.
BY LBC STAFF
Companhia Brasileira de Distribuicao Grupo Pao de Acucar (CBD), the Brazilian retailer in the midst of an intense dispute between French retailers Casino and ...
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Walmart, Pemex and Femsa are the top employers in Latin America. BY CHRONICLE STAFF
Although oil giants Petrobras of Brazil and Pemex of Mexico rank as Latin America’s largest companies in revenues on the Latin ...