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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The response according to Somorin underscored the enthusiasm of Ogun citizens to the State Government job creation initiative.
In the twenty-month period since September 2017, April 2019 has the highest net job creation numbers.
New Delhi (India) Apr 17 (ANI): Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer, NITI Aayog on Wednesday here said that it is impossible to say that 7 per cent of growth happened without any job creation or increase in employment opportunities.
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South Korea's job creation has been slower than last year despite the government's push to improve worsening employment conditions, data showed Saturday.
In the 2017-2018 biennium, the state appropriated $25 million for the Minnesota Investment Fund and $17 million for the Job Creation Fund.<br />This year's legislative session saw several attempts by lawmakers to reclaim portions of that money.
Infosys, Pence said "brings new chapter in the life of the growing Indiana economy." The development is a reflection of President Donald Trump's focus on job creation and making policies focused in this regard, he said.
NEW regional job creation statistics have been hailed as highly encouraging for rural Ireland.
Synopsis: Gallup's Job Creation Index rose a point in July to tie its record high.
While job creation remains healthy and the unemployment rate suggests that full employment has been reached, wage growth has failed to pick up.