We specifically wish to examine: (a) whether there are differences in cyclical job creation
and destruction behaviour across the industrial sectors; (b) whether there is evidence of cyclical asymmetry between job creation
and job destruction in the goods-producing sector and whether it carries over to other sectors; and (b) whether job creation
and job destruction were dampened during the early 1990s recession (see Ritter, 1994).
Some of the more significant aspects of the legislation include the liberalized student loan deduction in the Job Creation
and Worker Assistance Act of 2002; limited Sec.
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Moreover, what government giveth, it may take away: Many localities have implemented "clawback" provisions in contracts in which they may take back incentives if targets (for job creation
, say) are not met.
The provision is effective as if included in the Job Creation
and Worker Assistance Act of 2002, which applies to property placed in service after Sept.
Robust job creation
isn't possible without competitive economies, effective education and health systems, and efficient, transparent and honest governments.
Foreign firms which opened factories in the North-East exaggerated job creation
claims to attract support and cash grants, a report claims today.
Ever since President Saca assumed control of the government, he has called on leaders from varied political leanings to a series of conversations to reach consensus on issues such as job creation
Some worry that this would injure small businesses and job creation
, but Kerry "rejected that argument;' according to the account.
Job losses in the Timmins region within the forestry sector have been offset by job creation
in other natural resource sectors, with mining and exploration providing the main impetus for job creation
I don't believe there is a disconnect between the stock market and job creation
, but the intensity of the hook up is overestimated.