Gauging Main Street Hiring: A Chill in OctoberBy
Small employers’ confidence soured in October, as firms hired fewer workers and reduced expectations for future growth, according to a bunch of recent surveys. That’s no surprise. A partial shutdown of the federal government last month halted Small Business Administration lending, stopped work on federal contracts, and cost the government about $2 billion in lost productivity.
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