The unemployment rate in the country is inching closer to falling within the normal range set by the Federal Reserve, which has raised hopes all over the US. Entrepreneur.com said that the numbers only represent those who have applied for unemployment but have found jobs. Some unemployed people have stopped looking for positions to fill, but have not been counted toward the real score.
Washington, D.C. is among the places where this is even less encouraging, as the area’s unemployment rate rose from February 2014 to March. What’s good, however, is that building on the numbers does not have to exclusively come from nabbing available roles in companies. It was asserted in the article that startups and potential businessmen can do so much to make the situation better, provided that they are encouraged enough to take the risk and realize their potential. As quoted:
“More than 500,000 small businesses were started in 2010, according to the U.S. Census. That’s good, but it’s not enough. What can we do to encourage more small business startups? Nearly half of Americans dream of starting their own business: How can we give them the push and the support they need to actually do it?”
Creating startup-friendly policies, for one, will give future entrepreneurs more reasons to venture on business. Where that is concerned, businesses can turn to trusted providers of workspaces and office rental in Washington DC such as Metro Offices.
For more than 24 years, the company has been equipping budding and seasoned entrepreneurs with the premise that they need to take care of business processes. Interested startups can select from a wide range of options for office space for lease in Washington DC, under convenient conditions that they can customize according to their needs.
By taking the jump, startups will positively impact the employment numbers in the country – and hopefully help take the economy to a higher pedestal.
(Article sourced from How Small Businesses Can Ease America's Job Shortage, Entrepreneur.com, May 7, 2014)