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Feel like the government is.
Is almost openly hostile to the private sector.
And you never know what they're going to come up with that will increase your cost that increases your -- certainty that increases the risk of of taking that very big chance and extending a job offer to someone.
Well that's one analysis from small business operator Michael Fleischer.
About why businesses are creating more jobs job creation is a topic we discuss all week long in our Special Report the future jobs in America.
We're looking for solutions to the epidemic unemployment that is left fourteen million Americans without work many of them for longer than a year now -- -- like others.
Believes job creation is -- responsibility of the private sector but wants government to create the conditions that encourage businesses to grow.
Andrew pause during the CEO of CKE restaurants told us that establishing.
Those right conditions means assuring businesses that taxes and government -- will go up and down that is instead of up.
Knowing ahead of time at least some of your cost of doing business are locked in can be a big incentive to business leaders.
What we really need to do is to create certain be in the business community.
With respect to whether or not they can make money when they invest if you don't have certainly people are going to want to invest and they are going to create jobs.
One of the most convincing -- as we heard this week came not from an executive but from a politician.
Governor Rick Perry of Texas visit to tell us how the lone star state managed to create jobs even during the recession.
Most important thing government does is creates the environment where that the job creators out there in the -- -- -- -- that they can risk their capital.
So you're gonna have to have a tax structure that's relatively.
Lied on on the regulatory climate that's fair predictable legal system and then allow for over suing.
And continue to fund accountable public school so you got a -- work force -- get out of the way.
His state managed to create 265000.
Jobs during the recession.
Compared to only 98000 in New York -- 3000 Pennsylvania and 266000.
All the other states combined.
And today a fascinating discussion with great again author Henry -- top.
He doesn't -- business off a -- decrying the loss of manufacturing jobs he says that some industries like steel manufacturing.
Lost their lead in the US because they didn't invest in the latest technologies.
In other words it's not just low salaries in places like China and India responsible for the accident manufactured.
Short term thinking at the top -- corporations also played a role.
But we can do better.
First we need to reduce corporate tax rates and -- regulatory burdens that's getting government out of the way but it shouldn't be the only step we today.
As no top suggests opening up immigration to turn the brain drain into a brain gain would help.
Speeding up patent approvals in getting rid of the government bottleneck at that office would allow archer brewers to cash in on their good idea -- Getting manufacturing especially high tech manufacturing is also critical.
Finally it's not true that millions and millions of Americans have to be unemployed.
The idea that we -- satisfied with the jobless rate of 9% is ridiculous.
The changes will need to be made and some --
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