Sunday, October 16, 2016 Scant job creation expected next year despite growth forecastWorkers at a construction site to build an office building and shopping mall in a residential area in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 20, 2016. Job figures in the construction have been hit badly and there is debate about the scope of a recovery in 2017. “Workers will be given overtime again, suspensions from car manufacturers will be less likely, but job creation not so much,” he argued. “But you also have to factor in population growth,” she added. With the population growing, the half decade (and counting) of scant job creation starts looking like one of decline.
Source: Bueno Aires Herald October 16, 2016 04:52 UTC