Registered: Dec 2003
Local time: 02:59 AM
So goes millions of entrepreneurs, opening own small business and leaving the payroll of big companies.
There is no prohibition to gaining the more favorable tax incentives to help the economy, create jobs and reduce the national unemployment rate.
|METROPOLITAN AREA EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT: JANUARY 2004
In January, 231 of the 331 metropolitan areas recorded lower unemployment rates than a year earlier, 80 areas had higher rates, and 20 areas had rates that were unchanged, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor reported today.
Five areas registered unemployment rates below 3.0 percent, with four of these in the South. Fifteen metropolitan areas posted jobless rates of at least 10.0 percent; nine of these were located in California, and three were along the Mexican border in other states. The national unemployment rate in January was 6.3 percent, not seasonally adjusted.