Costa Rica: Labor Market Data Being Hidden?

A study by the Ministry of Labour on the state of the labor market, whose results have been ready since December 2015, has still not been disclosed to the public.

Friday, April 22, 2016

In late 2015 the Ministry of Labour announced that it had finished collecting information for the "National Study of the Labor Market Survey" and that its results would be released soon. However, almost five months later, according to an article on Crhoy.com, the survey data has still not been presented publicly.

Crhoy.com consulted the Press unit at the Ministry, and was told that "... the study is ready and once again it was announced that it is expected to be released in the coming weeks. Therefore, the tool which will be used to make decision remains 'stored'."



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