Burck, Charles
June 1993
Fortune;6/14/1993, Vol. 127 Issue 12, p22
Discusses a report from Cognetics Inc. that says that small companies create lion's share of new jobs. Information that 70% of jobs created by 4% of companies; View that jobs in small businesses pay 10% less than those in big companies.


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