Trump promised that his administration would set the economy aright after 8 years of economy jet-lag under the inept Obama administration. An article in today’s Wall Street Journal shows that this is one promise Trump is fulfilling.
“Private-sector hiring this year remained strong as employers reported adding more workers to their payrolls in March than expected, according to a report released Wednesday.
Private payrolls across the nation rose by 263,000 last month, said payroll processorAutomatic Data ProcessingInc. and forecasting firm Moody’s Analytics. This was much better than a gain of 180,000 expected by economists polled by The Wall Street Journal. In February, ADP’s report showed the private-sector added 298,000 jobs. The report is based on data collected from ADP clients in addition to lagged behind government figures.”
President Trump has taken to the twitter-sphere and used his pulpit repeatedly during his campaign to pressure American companies that outsource jobs or manufacture products outside the United States. Here’s a look at 7 companies that are making America great again!!
In addition to these 7 companies that are keeping America’s economy strong and booming, the CEO of U.S. Steel, Mario Longhi, is hoping he can rehire up to 10,000 employees that were laid off, saying that he has “felt an environment of positive optimism where forces are converging to provide for a better environment.” In addition, under the new Trump administration, IBM is looking at brighter days ahead and has reported that it expects to create up to 25,000 new jobs in the U.S. Finally, small businesses are hoping for a much needed reprieve After 8 years of arduous federal taxes, stringent regulations and the economy crushing Obamacare, small businesses now have something to celebrate!
“What a difference a day makes,” said Juanita Duggan, president and CEO of National Federation of Independent Business. “Before Election Day small business owners’ optimism was flat, and after Election Day it soared.”
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