There’s been a surge in post-recession small business hiring across the country, according to a new report from ADP Research Institute.
Companies with 499 employees or less accounted for 81% of new private-sector positions in January 213, 000 new jobs, ADP says. It seems that the last four months small businesses averaged 83% of new jobs. Out of the total jobs reported for January 2015, Midsized businesses reported the most, almost half of the total new jobs at 95,000; however, when you combined small businesses and franchises, the combined lead the U.S. in new jobs with 104,000. The service sector still strongest providing the majority of all news jobs, 183,000. To Read the Full Report Click Below.[media-credit id=1 align=”alignleft” width=”614″][/media-credit]
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