Early estimates called for an August job growth of 175,000 to 180,000 new jobs added to the U.S. economy. However, statistics show the job growth only reached 150,000 in August, steadying unemployment at 4.9%.
On Tuesday, Sept. 2, Forbes turned to franchise attorney Harold Kestenbaum to help analyze the findings and determine who benefits most from a poor job market in “August Jobs Data Was Weak; Here’s Who Wins…”. Turns out, Harold believes investors and entrepreneurs benefit the most. For a full analysis, check out the entire piece here!