Small business owners want to retain their employees and provide new jobs. Many of us will be able to do that once we are able to obtain financing again and our existing credit lines are no longer in jeopardy.
The Wall Street Journal’s Sarah Needleman recently reported, “April marked the 27th consecutive month in which small businesses either shed more or the same number of jobs that they added, according to a monthly survey to be released Tuesday by the National Federation of Independent Business, a trade group in Washington, D.C.
“Since July 2008, employment per firm has fallen steadily each quarter, logging the largest reductions in the survey’s 35-year history. Going forward, more small-business owners say they plan to eliminate jobs compared with those that expect to create new jobs over the next three months.”
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