U.S. small business employment remained stagnant in February, while average hours worked and monthly wages both increased. Overall, small business revenue declined 0.09 percent in January.
- Small businesses have added more than 570,000 jobs since March 2010.
- Employees’ average monthly compensation grew 0.5 percent in February, an increase of $15 from January’s revised figure.
- Average monthly hours worked by hourly employees increased 0.5 percent in February, an increase of approximately 30 minutes from January’s revised figure.
California’s employment numbers had a “0” change for February.
If you’d like to read about how other states did, then you can read more here.
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