Brazil is a World leader in the growing and exportation of food.
Here, we focus on the grains and sugarcane/ethanol sectors.
According to CEPEA/USP, the agribusiness sector employs 20% of the Brazilian workforce, totaling 18.74 million people in 2022, an increase of 1 million people when compared to the same period in 2021. The sector pays better than the national average and is currently looking for skilled labor. Agro is employment, income and opportunities.
The GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of Brazilian agribusiness reached a share of 27.4% in the national GDP, according to Cepea. The total GDP of Brazil was BRL 8.7 trillion in 2021, with agribusiness participation equivalent to BRL 2.38 trillion, practically ⅓ of everything produced by Brazil is related to agribusiness. The agro balances the trade balance.