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Small Consolation: The dubious benefits of small business for job growth and wages
Small Consolation: The dubious benefits of small business for job growth and wages
By: Dale Belman et al.


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book, 100 pages, 8.5" x 11" (paper), 1998
ISBN:944826679
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Two separate studies examining the relationship between firm size and two employment indicators -- job creation and wages -- find that employment in smaller firms is not necessarily a good deal for workers. The evidence shows that small firms tend to pay less and provide fewer benefits than large firms, and they fail to create jobs at any greater pace.

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