Restaurant Franchises Are Hiring. Are They Dodging Obamacare?By
The International Franchise Expo kicked off in New York today. On the occasion, ADP and Moody’s Analytics published a report on franchise hiring for the first time. Among the findings: Franchises created just over 19,000 jobs in May, with about 14,000 of those positions coming in the restaurant industry. (To put the number in context, ADP found that companies added a total of 135,000 jobs in May, fewer than economists forecast, while the U.S. Labor Department found that private employers added 175,000 jobs in May, more than was forecast.)
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