- Job Creation and the Sharing Economy - Resilience
The sharing economy offers enormous potential to create jobs Sharing leverages a wide variety of resources and lowers barriers to starting small businesses Cities can lower the cost of starting businesses by supporting innovations like shared workspaces, shared commercial kitchens, community-financed start-ups, community-owned commercial centers, and spaces for “pop-up” businesses
- RESILIENCE AND RETIREMENT SECURITY - IN. gov
industries expanded, their workforce even when the overall U S economy was pitched downward and non-S-ESOP employers were cutting jobs S-ESOP firms displayed this superior performance along a number of dimensions, including revenue growth, retirement security, and job creation
- Small Business, Job Creation, And Why We Should Lend To . . .
When they dived into the data they found that small businesses and startups really do have a direct impact on job creation in the United States They focused on the 2010 class of startups and looked at the resilience of the overall US economic recovery and how these businesses have performed in the four years since they opened their doors
- POLICIES FOR SHAREABLE CITIES - NASCO
JOB CREATION AND THE SHARING ECONOMY lish a 15-part series on policies for shareable cities resilience in times of economic crisis and climate change
- National policy frameworks on resilience in OECD countries
National policy frameworks on resilience in OECD promoting intense co-operation and sharing of best practices public finances and encourage job creation
- MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOB CREATION (MEGJC) Terms . . .
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- U. S. Economy, Showing Resilience, Added 156,000 Jobs Last . . .
Before the report was released, economists on Wall Street looked for the economy to add 172,000 jobs in September Revisions for July and August showed that 7,000 fewer jobs were created in those months than the Labor Department first estimated
- The Future of Work - EPSC - European Commission
Job tenure of 10 years and over decreased from 17 5% to 12 5%, while job tenure for 3-5 years increased from 17 7% to 19 4% 22 This shorter tenure is not just the result of shorter time spent on the job market, it is also a conscious choice