An estimated 146,000 non-farm jobs were added to U.S. payrolls in February, according to its D&B's U.S Economic Health Tracker, a monthly, multi-dimensional perspective on the U.S. economy, including small business health, total job growth, and overall U.S. business health.
With every presidential election comes a spirit of renewal (at least for those who supported the winning candidate). We're emboldened to look ahead, to renew our faith in the future, to reaffirm our belief that despite the occasional stumble, economic expansion will continue indefinitely.
Doesn't it seem as though we are forever plunging into recession, then clawing our way back to recovery? In recent months we've seen hints that the U.S. economy is on the mend, with unemployment levels dropping. At the same time, consumer confidence is once again on the decline. It's a mixed bag by anyone's measure, but we've yet to return to pre-recession numbers in key sectors.