Job Creation

Job Creation

The process by which the number of jobs in an economy increases. Job creation often refers to government policies intended to reduce unemployment. Job creation programs may take a variety of forms. For example, a government may lower taxes and reduce regulation to make hiring less expensive. On the other hand, a government may hire workers itself, for example, to build a road. See also: New Deal, Reaganomics.
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Synopsis: Gallup's Job Creation Index was +32 in October, the same score it has been each month since May, and also the highest index score since Gallup first measured workers' perceptions of job creation in 2008.
Most significantly, it shows that job creation under the Government is benefitting the State.
A collection of three graphs utilizing data from Business Dynamics Statistics, which provides annual statistics on establishments, firm startups and job creation and job loss.
This good news shows the decline in the live register over the past 29 months is due to job creation, as the flood of emigration has eased with some people even beginning to return home to work.
Looking at both forms of new establishments shows that job creation is down following the recession, but new locations were growing entering the recession and should be a critical component of job creation as the economy continues to recover.
JEDDAH: ARAB NEWSBab Rizq Jameel's (BRJ) Saudi Arabian board of directors has decided to increase the target of job creation by 15 percent over those generated in 2013, which would mean the generation of 75,000 job opportunities in 2014.
UAE Federal National Council member Ahmed Obaid Al Mansoori said there were challenges to overcome in order to enable job creation.
Rick Perry champion Texas' economic model, the possible presidential contender talks job creation.
This article uses findings from business and workplace-level data to map i) job creation and destruction over recent years, ii) its components in accounting terms, iii) the relative contribution by firms of different size and age, and iv) the reallocation of resource between firms and to workplaces within firms.
The coming jobs war; what every leader must know about the future of job creation.
MOST mothers want the government to do more to support job creation schemes amid pessimism over their children's future, a new study has shown.
Depending on who analyzed what data, the level of projected 2011 job creation has whipsawed back and forth from modest to minimal gains and back again.