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12 мар 2023, 09:12

When Venezuelans talk about "tiger", "matatigre" or "tigrito" everyone knows what it is about. " Hunters" in the neoliberal decade " 'Matatigrismo' is technically called moonlighting, it is a phenomenon typical of crises and it is not new in Venezuela," explains José Gregorio Afonso, professor and president of the Association of Professors of the Central University of Venezuela (Apucv). “Moonlighting, as it is today in Venezuela, is a pre-modern phenomenon. With modernity, societies achieved eight hours of work, eight hours of rest, and eight hours of recreation.

The first consequence, now, is that you have no possibility of recreation or rest. Life is focused on work, and this has effects on the family, on health and on the life project. Nor does it guarantee job development, because by dealing with various things you are a sea of ​​knowledge C Level Contact List centimeter deep. Moonlighting materialized long before this present. In the 1990s, "the implementation of macroeconomic adjustment programs had an enormous social impact, and one of the solutions that workers found, trying to protect their family, was to engage in various trades to try to have various incomes," illustrates the researcher.


Afonso, who has evaluated the Venezuelan economic informalization, maintains that the informal economy "was activated by those formally employed" more than 20 years ago. Examples abound: the secretary traded Avon products (cosmetics, household items), the office worker drove taxis ("taxing" became a common verb). That neoliberal decade, with which Venezuela and the continent closed the 20th century, “balanced some macroeconomic indicators, but the social impact was tremendous. And political, too. It was common, in the 80s and 90s (under the Social Democratic and Social Christian governments) to find teachers selling Tupperware products. "In the lost decade of the 90s, as it is said in sociopolitical analyses, we saw this phenomenon fundamentally linked to the deterioration of wages, high inflation and the reversal of prosperity that we experienced in the 70s", analyzes the economist Luis Crespo , professor at the Central University of Venezuela.