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Despite the fact the net worth of U.S. families rose by $1.17 trillion at the end of 2012 to the highest level since before the recession, small businesses are still reluctant to invest in new employees and resources. One survey did say small businesses are starting to hire.
This sounding is buttressed by other surveys showing improved optimism amongst small business leaders, but there is still a feeling of unease brought about by the lack of leadership in Washington.
On a happy note, U.S. households’ net worth—the value of homes, stocks and other investments minus debts and other liabilities—rose 1.8% to $66.07 trillion from October through December, the highest level since the third quarter of 2007, according to a Federal Reserve report. The recession began in December of 2007 and ended in June 2009.
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