Job creation among small businesses broke the 45-year record in February with a net addition of 0.52 workers per firm, according to NFIB’s monthly jobs report, released today. The previous record was in May 1998 at 0.51 workers per firm.
The study goes on to cite labor costs as the #1 problem of business owners. No shock there, labor costs are always the biggest problem most business owners have. Finding qualified people to hire is right there with labor costs.
But gosh, the Democrat Media Complex sure loves to talk about anything else, don't they?