NFIB News Release (04/05/12)
Small businesses created the most jobs in March in about a year,
according to a National Federation of Independent Business survey
released on April 5. The survey of 757 small businesses found
that the average number of workers per firm increased by 0.2
workers—the highest since January and February
2011—after being flat in February. However, prospects for
the labor market dimmed somewhat, with 15% of respondents
reporting unfilled job openings last month, down two points from
February. The share of businesses planning to add new workers
fell for a fourth straight month.
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