Last week I met with CNBC reporter Katie Little and we discussed various roadblocks our current Administration has set that make it hard for entrepreneurs to build business and create jobs. Sadly, these regulatory roadblocks end up hurting the very people they are trying to help.
The truth is, according to BLS data, businesses with 500 or fewer workers created about two-thirds of net new jobs over the past decade. As I said to Katie during our discussion, businesses “don’t just grow because it’s Tuesday . . . . They grow because they think they can make a profit.” To encourage business growth and boost the U.S. economy, we need more business-sympathetic policies in place. To encourage business growth and boost the U.S. economy, we need more business-sympathetic policies in place.
You can read the CNBC story here: Fast food CEO: Minimum wage hikes closing locations.