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  1. 1. EDITION: Register Sign In U.S. Search News & Quotes ARTICLE COMMENTS (0) Small businesses wont provide new jobs: survey Recommend 4 recommendations. Sign Up to see what your friends recommend. 4 Share 3 Share this 0 EmailFollow Reuters Print Facebook Twitter RSS YouTube Related News Businesses starting smaller, creating fewer jobs: study 3:23pm EDTREAD By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON | Mon Jul 11, 2011 3:23pm EDT Analysis & Opinion Scientists find first superbug strain of1 gonorrhea Will hiring accelerate in 4:35am EDT (Reuters) - U.S. policymakers seeking an answer to the second half of 2011? Exclusive: EU calls emergency meeting as the countrys stubbornly high unemployment rate U.S. jobs rout should give2 crisis stalks Italy should not expect relief from small businesses, said a fiscal hawks pause 10 Jul 2011 survey released on Monday by a powerful business Assad loyalists storm U.S. and French Related Topics3 embassies in Syria lobbying group. 3:41pm EDT U.S. » Almost two-thirds -- 64 percent -- of companies with income of $25 million Small Business » Riders shocked after Tour de France carnage4 7:40am EDT or less do not plan to hire more workers over the next year, the poll Money » conducted for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said. Obama increases pressure on Republicans5 on debt Nineteen percent said they planned to add new employees, but only 12 percent said they | 3:39pm EDT expected to lose workers in the next year. That figure is well below the 29 percent who said they lost employees over the past year, according to the survey conducted by Harris Interactive for the Chamber.DISCUSSED Economic uncertainty was the biggest, or second biggest, obstacle to hiring more workers for 55 103 Jury resumes deliberations in percent of the respondents. Some 34 percent cited an expected lack of sales as the first or CaseyAnthony murder trial second reason. Other reasons cited included the U.S. debt and deficit, President Barack Obamas 2010 healthcare 89 Asia pollution blamed for halt in warming: study measure, over-regulation and high taxes. The Chamber of Commerce last month launched a campaign against what it called the Democratic Obama, lawmakers meet for 75 presidents "avalanche" of new regulations and warned they were costing American jobs. 70 minutes on debt impasse Obamas hopes for re-election in 2012 will depend heavily on the state of the U.S. economy -- especially the jobless rate. The Chamber makes the vast majority of its political donations to Republican candidates.WATCHED converted by Web2PDFConvert.com
  2. 2. Small businesses are traditionally the engine of U.S. jobs growth. The government says smallWilliam and Kate takeHollywood by storm businesses -- those with 500 or fewer employees -- employ about half of all private sector workers.Sat, Jul 9 2011 U.S. unemployment has been stuck at about 9 percent for months as the country struggles to emerge from economic recession.Royal humor ahead of Polomatch On Friday the U.S. Department of Labor announced that jobs growth had ground to a near halt inSat, Jul 9 2011 June as employers hired the fewest workers in nine months. Nonfarm payrolls rose only 18,000, and the national unemployment rate climbed to a six-month high of 9.2 percent.Obama aiming for big debtdeal Eighty-four percent of the small business owners surveyed said the U.S. economy is on the wrongSun, Jul 10 2011 track, and nearly 80 percent said they viewed the current regulatory environment as unreasonable. However, almost two-thirds of the respondents said their own businesses were on the right track. The survey conducted by Harris Interactive polled 1,409 small business owners and executives representing members of the Chamber of Commerce and non-members. It was conducted June 27-June 30 and had a sampling error rate of 2.5 percentage points. (Editing by Xavier Briand) U.S. SMALL BUSINESS MONEY Recommend 4 recommendations. Sign Up to see what your friends recommend. Tweet this Link this Share this Digg this Email Reprints Videos you may like: by Taboola Sponsored links Royal humor ahead of Polo Introducing The 2012 SLK match 3.5L V-6 engine, 0-60 in 5.4 secs. Watch Our Interactive Film For More Sun, Jul 10 2011 m busa.com /speeddate Plans for Small Business The end of the News of the Find out w hy so many small World businesses choose UnitedHealthcare Sat, Jul 09 2011 ® UHC.com /Sm allBusiness Obama aiming for big debt deal Payday Loan Consolidation Sun, Jul 10 2011 Pay Off Your Loans Get Out of Debt Free Consultation No Enrollment Fee www.ReliefLLC.com Add your comment Post to Facebook We welcome comments that advance the story through relevant opinion, anecdotes, links and data. If you see a comment that you believe is irrelevant or inappropriate, you can flag it to our editors by using the report abuse links. Views expressed in the comments do not represent those of Reuters. For more information on our comment policy, see http://blogs.reuters.com/fulldisclosure/2010/09/27/toward-a-more-thoughtful-conversation-on-stories/ Comments (0) Be the first to comment on reuters.com. Add yours using the box above. converted by Web2PDFConvert.com
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