Jobs outlook brightens
CNNMoney.com, October 26, 2009
U.S. companies are planning to hire and invest more in the near future, according to a survey from the National Association for Business Economics. The Association said the number of employers planning to hire workers over the next six months exceeded the number expecting job cuts for the first time since the recession began in December 2007. The survey of 78 NABE members also showed more companies increased capital spending during the third quarter of 2009 than cut spending.
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