Job creation a hot potato

Jarosz, Francesca
March 2011
Indianapolis Business Journal;3/28/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p3A
The article discusses the number of job commitment which is the most talked about topic for the run-up of the 2011 mayoral election in Indiana. It states that job commitments is difficult to confirm due to the confidentiality that surrounds the agreement between the city and companies. It notes that the fruition of job commitment is hard to observe. It also mentions that companies has a tendency to promise to create more jobs than they deliver.


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