Source: FCA US LLC
On: The Working Blog
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The recently released Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity reported that the overall business creation rate dropped from .32 percent of American adults per month in 2011 to .30 percent in 2012. That means that whereas approximately 543,000 people per month founded new businesses in 2011, approximately 514,000 people per month did the same in 2012. Experts on the subject say that this decreased number is related to an increased employment rate. A stronger economy has benefited business growth, but it has also allowed unemployed professionals to more easily find jobs rather than start their own businesses. Read the full story on The Working Blog...