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Small U.S. firms lower hiring expectations: Survey
Canadian HR Reporter
July 3, 2012
Economic uncertainty biggest concern
NEW YORK (Reuters) — Small businesses in the United States have lowered their hiring expectations as their confidence in the economy has fallen into another mid-year slump, according to a new survey.
Vistage International, which represents small business owners, said its confidence index fell to 92.8 in the second quarter from 105.1 in the first three months of 2012, which had been its highest level in one year.