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Restaurant Industry Headed for Strongest Job Growth in Eight Years
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Bruce Grindy, Chief Economist of the National Restaurant Association reports that the restaurant industry added 28,300 jobs in August which places the industry on a path to register its strongest jobs growth in eight years. Grindy reports that the restaurant industry added a net 28,300 jobs in August on a seasonally-adjusted basis which followed 25,600 jobs added in July. This resulted in the post-recession net job growth for the restaurant industry to 628,000 new jobs. Good news for the franchise industry. Read more


Posted on September 14, 2012 at 1:40 PM
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