Jobs in Argentina are hard to find, and that’s why wages are so low, the country’s unemployment rate has recently risen to 6.4% and the country has the highest unemployment rate in Latin America.
However, the job market is improving, according to a recent job market report by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (MINOS).
The country is currently experiencing a surge in new arrivals from Mexico and Peru, according the report, which also shows that a record number of jobs are available.
In fact, the number of people employed in Argentina rose by more than 60,000 in July, according data from the Ministry.
The number of available jobs increased by nearly 8% in July compared to the same month last year.
The unemployment rate decreased by 4.5 percentage points from 7.8% to 7.4%.
However, with the country experiencing a sharp economic downturn due to the Great Recession, the Ministry expects that unemployment will fall by 7.5% in the coming months.
The report also showed that there were 1.5 million vacancies, which are available to all Argentines, and the unemployment in Buenos Aires has been declining since last year at around 8.4%, according to the ministry.
Argentina has been facing economic difficulties since 2013, when the peso began to weaken against the US dollar and the global economy began to recover.
However the country is experiencing a period of stagnation since 2015, when Argentina’s GDP slowed to a 20-year low of $3.2 billion.
This is because of a drop in the price of oil, the Argentine government has been spending billions of dollars on infrastructure projects in an effort to improve the countrys economy.
While Argentina has seen a strong recovery in the last few years, the recovery has been uneven and has not yet translated into better wages and living conditions.
According to the latest figures, the national unemployment rate stands at 6.5%.
However, the ministry expects that the national rate will fall to 6% by 2021.