America's persistently high unemployment (relative to its historical norms) has been a vexing policy question for economists in Washington (and, really, around the globe). This article looks at small businesses' contributions (or lack thereof) to this problem, pointing to recent data which highlights some of the reasons behind small business owners' reluctance to hire new employees.
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Hiring Still Slow, but Small Business Owners Remain Cautiously Optimistic About Growth of US Economy