Small businesses accelerate hiring, help drive unemployment down to four-year low
Slowly but surely, small businesses are starting to accelerate their pace of hiring, helping drive down the overall unemployment rate to a four-year low last month.
Small business owners increased employment by an average of 0.14 workers per company in April, according to the latest report from the National Federation of Independent Business. That’s still slow growth by historic standards, but it marks the fifth consecutive month of gains after a topsy turvy year in 2012.
Hmmm? Five straight months. Let's see, that means the unemployment picture was starting the "recovery" in December, just after the election. So what happened I wonder? Did small bidnez get so pumped at the prospect of four more years of Obama that by golly they just had to go hire some folks? Just a second, let me think about this....hang on...I think it's coming to me...yes I've got it! The Compost is full of horse-derves.
Here's the thang, yeah there's more jobs, but they're PART-TIME jobs. As El Rushbo explains: