Reportagem do NY Times sobre emergência da classe média brasileira e seu impacto no mercado de babás em São Paulo, com minha singela colaboração:
Ms. Toledo and some economists are skeptical about how long the revolution can last. Dr. Neri said Brazilians still had low education levels: an average of seven years of study for adults older than 25. Rodrigo Constantino, an economist at Graphus Capital, said a lack of investment in education in Brazil would prevent many domestic workers from finding other, better-paying work, and incessant salary demands could stoke inflation.
“Brazil is riding this wave, and each class is moving up the ladder,” Mr. Constantino said. “The problem I see is how this is going to be sustainable.”