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Unemployment in Costa Rica at 22% as pandemic effects continue

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 22% in the July-September quarter, slightly lower than the previous period but still severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

News briefs: Costa Rica news highlights to start your Friday

We hope you're reading this with a delicious Costa Rican coffee or traditional gallo pinto. Here's the Costa Rica (and regional) news you should know on Friday, October 30.

Unemployment in Costa Rica at 23.2% as pandemic effects continue

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 23.2% in the June-August quarter.

Some 34 million jobs lost in Latin America due to pandemic

Costa Ricans are more concerned about unemployment than the coronavirus pandemic

Unemployment in Costa Rica continues climbing to record highs

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 24.4% in the moving quarter from May to July, the highest ever recorded in the country

News briefs: JobLink virtual job fair is underway

The Costa Rican Investment Board (CINDE) is currently holding its third-annual JobLink, in which 35 companies are offering some 3,000 jobs, the organization said in a press release.

Unemployment in Costa Rica reaches 24%, the highest in its history

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 24% in the April-June quarter, the highest on record, as the country continues to suffer the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Pandemic could widen economic gender gap, IMF warns

The health crisis will lead to a 4.9 percent contraction in global GDP, affecting women more than men.

Unemployment in Costa Rica reaches 20.1%, the highest in its history, in midst of pandemic

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 20.1% from March to May 2020, marking the highest-recorded level of that economic indicator, the official statistical agency announced Thursday.

Unemployment in Costa Rica reaches 15.7%, the highest in its history

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 15.7% from February to April 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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