There are 199m people worldwide who are interested in working in Brazil, and the vast majority of these would look to be there for a number of years, finds research from Dutch recruitment and labour market communications firm Intelligence Group (IG).
Of these 199m, half are either living in China or India.
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IG also finds that of those interested in going to Brazil, 43% would be looking to stay for over five years. A further 32% wanted to be there three to five years, 14% for two years, 6% for a year and just 5% for less than a year.
Overall, a permanent contract was the most popular option for those interested in Brazil. This was signalled as a preference for 76% of respondents, while 51% said they would be happy with a temporary contract of 12 months or longer, 30% with a temporary contract of six to 12 months, 18% for 1 to 6 months and 21% with a flexible contract.
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