The Brazilian auto industry experienced a 38% rise in new job postings in Q2 2023 compared with the previous quarter, with the highest share accounted for by Robert Bosch with 157 job postings according to GlobalData’s analysis of auto company job postings. GlobalData’s Automotive Megatrends and Market Analysis report provides valuable insights into the key megatrends shaping the automotive industry, major players like Apple, Baidu, and Cruise Automation, along with component forecasts. Buy the report here.

Notably, Computer and Mathematical Occupations jobs accounted for an 8% share of the Brazilian’s auto industry new job postings in Q2 2023, up by 132% over the prior quarter.

Computer and Mathematical Occupations drive auto hiring activity

Of the industry's total hiring activity, the highest number of new job postings were for Computer and Mathematical Occupations, which accounted for 8% of the total new job postings in Q2 2023 and were down by 28% year-on-year. Second highest were Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations, which accounted for 4% and rise by 52% year-on-year, and third highest were Architecture and Engineering Occupations, which were 158% of the new job postings and 0% flat growth year-on-year.

Top five companies in auto accounted for 60% of hiring activity

The highest number of jobs were posted by Robert Bosch with 157, followed by General Motors with 109, while the highest increase was at Renault at 43%.

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This content was updated on 24 July 2023


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