Small businesses, typically cited as the “engine of growth” for the American economy, shed jobs faster than larger companies in the past decade…To see how they’re bouncing back now, click to view today’s full infographic from FaceThefactsUSA.org. Then check out all our facts so far here on our mobile site!
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Fact#11* Released: Aug. 9, 2012 Jobs and Economy
To see how they’re bouncing back now, click to view today’s full infographic above. Then roam “What do others say?,”below, for a roundup of reporting and opinion.
How do we know?
Check the original sources behind the fact:
- Bureau of Labor Statistics: “Private sector gross job gains and losses by firm size, seasonally adjusted”
- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: “Are Small Businesses the Biggest Producer of Jobs?”
What do others say?
Here are stories and opinion relating to this fact. We didn’t base the fact on them. Some argue a point of view. That’s them talking, not us.
- American Enterprise Institute: “Big Business: The Other Engine of Economic Growth”
- Small Business Administration: “Where are the jobs created? New or existing businesses?”
- Related Video: Small Business Administration Town Hall: “Small Business Creating An Economy Built to Last”
- Related Video: CNBC Video: “How Obamacare Affects Small Business Owners”
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