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Desemprego de imigrantes diminui nos EUA e Brasileiros ganham espaço

Os Estados Unidos vivem sua menor taxa de desocupação em quase 50 anos e os imigrantes estão tirando proveito deste cenário. Em junho deste ano, a economia americana gerou 224 mil empregos, conforme estudo divulgado pelo Bureau of Labor Statistics nos EUA, o que incluiu postos para trabalhadores vindos do exterior, com destaque para brasileiros.

Segundo dados da pesquisa, em 2018 havia 28.2 milhões de pessoas nascidas no exterior integrando a força de trabalho dos EUA, o que significa 17.4% do total. Para o especialista em negócios internacionais, André Duek, que reside e investiga o mercado americano há quase 10 anos, esse contexto favorece o desempenho de brasileiros, que, com sua criatividade e perfil empreendedor, têm garantido mais espaço na terra do tio Sam.

“O sucesso de toda grande empresa depende, e muito, da força de trabalho que ela nutre. Em um país continental como os EUA e tão diverso do ponto de vista de imigração, o mercado está se adaptando esta globalização de talentos profissionais. Sem dúvida, o perfil do brasileiro faz sucesso, pois este já chega no mercado americano disposto a dominar o inglês e muitas vezes o espanhol, com um perfil criativo e comunicativo”, pondera Duek.

Empregos ‘Made in Brazil’

Dados do Mapa Bilateral de Investimentos Brasil/USA 2019, desenvolvido pela Apex-Brasil em parceria com o Brazil-US Business Council e Amcham Brasil, divulgado este ano, mostram também uma alta na geração de empregos pelas empresas brasileiras presentes nos EUA. Empreendendo em diferentes setores como, metais, comércio atacadista e instituições financeiras, as afiliadas brasileiras empregaram 74.200 funcionários nos Estados Unidos em 2015 – dado mais recente divulgado até agora.

De 2009 a 2015, as empresas brasileiras nos Estados Unidos venderam significativamente mais internamente e geraram mais valor agregado nos Estados Unidos em comparação com outras economias, como Índia, China, Rússia e México. O Brasil foi o segundo país que mais gerou empregos, atrás apenas do México. Empresas brasileiras, em 2015, detinham $102.2 bilhões em ativos nos Estados Unidos, o dobro de 2009.

“O recente posicionamento de empresas brasileiras no mercado americano, de forma mais planejada e perene, garantiu uma longevidade maior às iniciativas. Mais negócios consolidados, mais vagas de trabalho. É uma matemática exata que favorece a geração de empregos”, pondera André Duek, que auxilia na implementação estratégica de empresas no exterior.

Brasileiros mais escolarizados

De acordo com a pesquisa do Bureau, o percentual de estrangeiros que integrava o mercado de trabalho nos EUA e possuíam um diploma de bacharel ou formação superior foi de 36.9%. Os que detinham diploma de ensino médio registraram 25.1% percentual, muito próximo ao de americanos nativos com diploma e ensino médio de 25.6%.

“A oferta de vistos para profissionais estrangeiros altamente qualificados é uma das lógicas seguidas pelo governo americano para impulsionar o mercado com a utilização de mão de obra profissional vinda de fora. Talentos profissionais que não serão desperdiçados pela maior economia do mundo que precisa seguir crescendo”, pondera Duek.

Outro detalhe mostrado pelo estudo é que homens estrangeiros representaram 77.9% da mão de obra, enquanto nativos representaram 67.3%. A presença de mulheres estrangeiras no mercado de trabalho, no entanto, foi menor que a de americanas nativas, sendo 54.3% e 57.6% respectivamente.

Vistos de trabalho

Os Estados Unidos oferecem diversos vistos para profissionais que desejam ingressar no mercado. O visto H1-B, por exemplo, é direcionado para trabalhadores estrangeiros qualificados com emprego temporário nos EUA. Profissionais especializados em áreas como TI, finanças, contabilidade, arquitetura, engenharia, matemática, ciências, medicina, entre outras, podem se valer deste visto.

Os vistos H2-A são reservados para trabalhadores agrícolas estrangeiros temporariamente. Já o visto H-2B destina-se a trabalhadores temporários estrangeiros em campos não agrícolas para trabalhar nos Estados Unidos, como motoristas de caminhão, suporte de esqui, hotéis, resorts de praia ou parques de diversões. Os vistos P são usados, principalmente por artistas e atletas que irão aos EUA para compromissos temporários.

Atuante há 33 anos no mercado nacional e internacional, André Duek é um empresário com experiência na gestão de grandes empresas no Brasil como as marcas de moda Triton, Forum e Tufi Duek. Nos EUA há 7 anos, consolidou, entre vários negócios de sucesso, a Duek Realty que é uma boutique imobiliária e a primeira empresa de locação de motorhomes gerida por brasileiros no país, a Duek Motorhomes. Fora do escopo empresarial, ainda foi comentarista esportivo nos canais ESPN Brasil, no grupo Bandeirantes e atualmente na plataforma global de streaming digital DAZN.

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We Participate: Miami Herald Real Estate Survey 2019

Our business partner and broker Carolina Lara Arashiro was to capture for the 3rd year in a row in this survey from the perspective of the top industry experts and professionals.

Where should you live? Should you buy or rent? Here’s our 2019 Miami real estate survey

Kendall and North Miami surge as some of the best neighborhoods for home buyers. Brickell is among the hottest areas in town — as well as the most overvalued. And our ever-worsening traffic is playing an increasing role in where people decide to live.

And at last — Miami-Dade’s spiraling housing costs may be on the verge of cooling down a bit.

Those are among the key findings of the 2019 Miami Herald Real Residential Real Estate Survey, which is now in its fifth year. The study was conducted by the Miami-based research firm Bendixen & Amandi International between April 1-May 1. One hundred of Miami-Dade’s top brokers, agents, analysts and experts from all price points were interviewed in English and Spanish to gain their insights into the current housing market. The interviews were anonymous, so respondents could speak freely and candidly.

This year’s study included more people who specialize in the mid-price and rental markets, to better reflect the growing divide between Miami-Dade’s wealthy, foreign residents and its working-class locals.

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The richest people in America live on this Miami island

The richest people in America live on this Miami island

The richest people in America live on Fisher Island, a tiny barrier island between Miami Beach and Key Biscayne, according to a study released Tuesday morning.

Fisher Island’s 33109 zip code was ranked the wealthiest in the country, topping glitzy neighborhoods in Los Angeles, New York City, and downtown Miami. A Bloomberg study of 2015 tax data concluded the average income was $2.5 million.

The island stands at less than one square mile and is only home to 500 people, though the population represents more than 50 nationalities.

Many residents own property on the island, but do not permanently reside on it. Residents and workers can only get to the 216-acre island by ferry or water taxi, which prohibits unapproved outsiders from visiting.

In the late 19th century, the land was actually part of the Miami Beach island. In 1906, the government wanted to minimize traffic to its ports and dug a canal called Government Cut to create a channel between Miami Beach and what is now Fisher Island.

The island was first owned by Dana Dorsey, South Florida’s first African-American millionaire. She sold the property to real estate mogul Carl Fisher in 1919. The following year, Fisher traded it to William Vanderbilt II. Vanderbilt died in 1944 and the island was sold around a handful of times until finally being seized by the Fisher Island Club in 1987, who currently owns it.

Real estate can go for more than $26 million. The best spots include views of the Atlantic Ocean and Miami skyline.

Residents have access to a bank, post office, grocery store, high-end restaurants, nine-hole golf course, 18 tennis courts, spa, and a bird-watching area – just to name a few amenities. One unexpected perk of the island is its mile of beachfront filled with sand imported from Bermuda.

Fisher Island is also the only U.S. zip code where more than half of all 2015 tax returns reported incomes greater than $200,000.

Silicon Valley’s 94027 zip code in Atherton was ranked second place. San Francisco residents in this area had an average income of approximately $1.5 million – significantly lower than Fisher Island residents.

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Check Out How The $620 Million Renovation Of The The Miami Beach Convention Is Coming Along

The 3-year, $620 million renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center is powering towards completion. The redesign, which features 500 aluminum fins which are influenced by ocean waves, was designed by Fentress Architects, Arquitectonica and West 8. Miami Beach Convention Center features 1.4 million SF of total development including a 500,000 SF exhibit hall, 4 ballrooms and 127,000 SF of meeting space. The renovation will also bring a contemporary multimedia screen and futuristic lighting on the ballroom ceilings. Construction is expected to be completed by December 2018 for Art Basel and construction on the adjacent park, the final piece of the renovation, should begin shortly.





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Voters Approve Privately Funded Miami Beach Convention Center Hotel

In the highly anticipated election on Tuesday night, Miami Beach residents approved the construction of an 800-room convention center hotel. The referendum needed a 60 percent vote in order to lease public land from the city and passed at 64 percent in its third attempt to bring a headquarter hotel to Miami. The hotel will be built on a city-owned parking lot adjacent to the newly renovated convention center.

The previous attempt in 2016 failed due to concerns over the size, originally twice as large as the current proposal, and traffic congestion. The tourism bureau estimates Miami Beach lost at least $250 million in economic revenue over the last several years because it was unable to accommodate larger scale conventions.

South Beach resident Andres Montejo, 43, said that the convention center hotel was one of the issues that drove him to the polls. Montejo, a businessman who travels frequently for work, said that the other cities he visits already have hotels connected to their convention centers.

“A convention center is great, but without a hotel it’s just another convention center,” he said after casting his ballot at Miami Beach Senior High School. “Anybody that travels … you know that’s how the game works. It’s like that all over the world.”

Other residents, annoyed with the constant flow of construction and resulting noise and traffic in the area, decided to vote against the hotel.

The hotel will connect to the convention center via a pedestrian bridge and include a 53-foot podium containing parking, meeting spaces and ballrooms as well as two 185-foot-tall wings of hotel rooms. Voters authorized the lease and the construction of an 800-room hotel with a maximum height of 185 feet, but specifics of the hotel design will be evaluated by the city’s Design Review Board at a later date.

The group behind the proposal — Turnberry’s Jackie Soffer, Terra Group’s David Martin, Miami Design District developer Craig Robins and architecture firm Arquitectonica — emphasized that the hotel would be roughly 100 feet shorter than the previous proposal and include six times more space for cars to queue on the property so that they don’t spill onto the street.

“This is the right project for our city at the right time, and Jackie, Craig and I look forward to working with the community to deliver a hotel that will make Miami Beach proud,” said developer David Martin.

On a related ballot item, residents voted to earmark the guaranteed hotel rent payments for traffic reduction measures, stormwater projects and education initiatives, rather than sending the money to the city’s general fund where it could be used for a broader range of expenses.

According to the terms of the lease agreement, the hotel will have to pay Miami Beach either fixed rent totaling $16.6 million over the first 10 years or a percentage of hotel revenue, whichever is greater. Miami Beach estimates that the city will also collect $96 million in taxes from the hotel over the next 30 years.

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Virgin Continues Push Into South Florida, Reveals New PortMiami Terminal For Virgin Voyages

Just days after Virgin Trains USA announced it had taken a minority stake in Brightline and presented plans to the Securities and Exchange Commission for permission to conduct an initial public offering of stock, Richard Branson has continued his push into South Florida as Virgin Voyages prepares to launch. Virgin has now revealed a new $150 million terminal in PortMiami for Virgin Voyages whose first ship, Scarlet Lady, will launch in 2020. The new 2-story terminal is being designed by Arquitectonica and will be made of storm resistant glass which will resemble a palm tree. Virgin is currently awaiting approval from Miami-Dade commissioners before breaking ground.

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Miami Beach Commissioners Vote To Finalize Deal With Crescent Heights At South Shore Hospital Site On Alton Road

Miami Beach commissioners have officially voted in favor of finalizing the proposed deal with Crescent Heights and its co-founder Russell Galbut to redevelop the former South Shore Hospital site on Alton Road in South Beach. As per the agreement Crescent Heights will fund and build a 3 acre park on the Alton Road site in exchange to allow Galbut to up-zone the site where commissioners approved a tower height increase to 519’. The tower is being designed by Arquitectonica and will rise 44-stories, offering 410 luxury units which the developer will be allowed to rent as short term rentals with a minimum term of 30 days per rental. After sale-and-purchase of the condo units the buyers will not be permitted to rent out their condos on a short term rental basis. The park which will be connected to the baywalk which wraps around South Pointe via a taxpayer funded pedestrian bridge. Galbut now has 6-months after the appeal periods to demolish the vacant South Shore Hospital and must complete the park within 2.5 years after the construction permit for the tower is issued, which must be completed with in 8 years. Should Galbut wish to flip the property he must retain 10% ownership.

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A new standard for refined, relaxed luxurious interiors

Missoni Baia’s 249 bayfront residences celebrate the timeless appeal of waterfront living in relaxed, modern style. It cuts a prominent figure on the Miami skyline and on East Edgewater’s waterfront. Missoni Baia soars 57 floors into the air and spans an impressive 200 feet along Biscayne Bay. Missoni, the legendary Italian fashion house, offers as much a way of living as it does a way of style. Guided by visionary design and innovative craftsmanship, Missoni’s colorful style is infused with a tangible sense of joyfulness and relaxed luxury. Now for the first time in its history, Missoni is giving form to this unique sensibility through a residential property: Missoni Baia.

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