Small Business Ownership Economics



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The latest reading of the economy is growing at 4.1 per cent a quarter of the second quarter, and 3.1 per cent this year, a very good and recovering performance near record levels. The president called it "strange," but the press has said that "it is uncertain" at that time and ends with a "strong". & Nbsp; Learn more about "the presence of the device." & Nbsp; The mismanaged media is missing out in a press release – small business owners raise. Calculating about half of the private GSM production, owners have focused on producing their customers. & Nbsp; To do this, the recruitment is "very much" in terms of labor market empowerment. A nearly 23 per cent of small business owners Reporting that access to skilled workers is the highest business crisis, beyond the taxation or law enforcement, historical leaders. & nbsp; Of the 37% of them have open jobs and can not afford, and the government reports more jobs available than those looking for one.

Production employment have been strong, with more than 350,000 new jobs have been added since January 2017 compared with a loss of 190,000 jobs in the past eight years, according to Office of Labor Statistics. & nbsp; Construction structure has also increased, and 57% of the construction companies open jobs can not fill it. & nbsp; This reduces the production of new homes and participate in a strong increase in the price of existing homes. Overall, about 3.5 million new jobs have been added since the last election, is not usually a strong, but it is difficult to achieve when the economy is close to the end of the size of the records of calm and normal.

The percentage of owners who invest in the capital increase the capacity and productivity of the staff (it is essential to support actual real money) increased by 55 per cent in 2016 to 66 per cent this year, "growth" increase the cost of movement. In 2016, investment the entire economy grew by less than 2 per cent compared to more than 6 per cent in 2017 and 9 per cent annually by this year.

It is difficult to produce a lot of things that are not working, especially in the service sector that is mostly small companies. In non-profit areas of high quality, owners are responding positively by raising workers' compensation record to attract employees required. However, when new employees are short, companies failing to fill the space often pay the cost of another company, creating a new open space in the company that has forced its employees to claim. Short-term, the only relief from this situation occurs if many forces to enter the workforce, they are looking for work. Highly, this happened, with 2.4 million newcomers up to January 2017, which responds to employment opportunities and increases the compensation paid. Convincing people that the participants not to return to the workforce, they will be difficult as the expansion continues, and will be an extension of the compensation to attract many people who do not participate in the re-entry they get a job.

More than one third of small business owners have reported compensation over the last few months. The Federal Reserve accounts for the salary increase to push inflation targeting to 2.%. Nbsp; It seems that the goal is finally reached and the concerns of the Fed's federation will change the inflation rate to manage and increase the interest rate as part of the process. The Fed will increase its value twice this year and probably not more than once a year. Fed would like to avoid "0" because it has the ability to lower the basic standards in the event of a recurring, and will eventually. & Nbsp; Higher prices will slow down the current cost of "upsetting" and ease the pressure on inflation.

Owners of small businesses are still optimistic, with just 18 months of close monitoring of the recordings of the record, which is unprecedented in the 45-year history of NFIB. This means that owners have seen a good return on investment in 2008 compared to the average monthly average of the average. The vision of the future vision of the difficult period was translated into poorer expectations for returning business investment and a slight loss of investment and employment. Total average of 105 in the last 18 months compared to 95 before the presidential election, NFIB's Optimism Small Business clearly shows the difficult year of economic activity.

(Tomohiro Ohsumi / Getty Images)

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The latest reading of the economy is growing at 4.1 per cent a quarter of the second quarter, and 3.1 per cent this year, with a great deal of recovery in the near future. The president called it "strange," but the press said it was "uncertain" at that time and it was concluded that it was called "strong." It is a lot "secretly and confidential." The media have been misled by the absence of small-press owners are thriving. Calculating about half of the overall private production costs, owners are focusing on producing their customers. To do this, the recruitment continued to be "extremely" stronger in terms of labor market empowerment. Nearly 23 per cent of small business owners said the availability of qualified employees is their highest business crisis, over the tax or rules of the procedure, historical leaders. Of the 37% of them have open jobs and can not afford, and the government reports more jobs available than those looking for one.

Production employment have been strong, with more than 350,000 new jobs have been added since January 2017 compared to the loss of 190,000 jobs and the jobs of eight years in the past, according to the Office Labor Statistics. Construction work has also increased, 57 per cent of the construction companies report on vacancies that they can not afford. This reduces the production of new homes and contribute to a strong increase in the price of existing homes. Overall, about 3.5 million new jobs have been added since the last election, is not usually a strong, but it is difficult to achieve when the economy is close to the end of the size of the records of calm and normal.

The percentage of owners who invest in the capital increase the capacity and productivity of the staff (it is essential to support actual real money) increased by 55 per cent in 2016 to 66 per cent this year, "growth" increase the cost of movement. In 2016, the total investment in the economy increased by less than 2 percent compared to more than 6 percent in 2017 and 9 percent from the year to date.

It is difficult to produce a lot of things that are not working, especially the service sector in most small firms. In non-profit areas of high quality, owners are responding positively by raising workers' compensation record to attract workers. However, when new employees are short, companies failing to fill the space often pay the cost of another company, creating a new open space in the company that employs its employees for higher demand. Short-term, the only relief from this situation occurs if many forces to enter the workforce, they are looking for work. Highly, this has happened, with 2.4 million new employees joined since January 2017 in response to finding employment opportunities and raising compensation. Convincing people that the participants not to return to the workforce, they will be difficult as the expansion continues, and will be an extension of the compensation to attract many people who do not participate in the re-entry they get a job.

More than one third of small business owners have reported compensation over the last few months. The Federal Reserve has counted increased wages to push the inflation rate to 2 per cent. It seems that the goal is finally reached and the concerns of the Fed may change the price of inflation to manage and increase the interest rate in that way. The federal government will increase its value twice this year and possibly several times in the coming year. Fed would like to avoid "0" because she has a room to minimize basic standards in the event of a repetition and finally. Higher prices will slow down the current cost of "upsetting" and ease the pressure on inflation.

Owners of small businesses are still optimistic, with just 18 months close to record-breaking recordings, unprecedented in the 45-year history of NFIB. This means that owners have seen a good return on investment over the period from 2008 to 2014 when the average decline was averaged each year. The vision of the future vision of that time has been translated into poor prospects for returning business investments and a slight loss of investment and employment costs. Total average of 105 in the last 18 months compared to 95 before the presidential election, NFIB's Optimism Small Business clearly shows the difficult year of economic activity.

(Tomohiro Ohsumi / Getty Images)