Problems of SMEs in the U.S. Map (1)
Of all the problems facing small businesses in the U.S. is largely a cost burden that must be incurred due to government regulations., Both federal (central) and state the perceived harm many small businesses. Nevertheless, the development of small businesses in the U.S. was very impressive.
According to a study conducted at Harvard Business School, a small business in the United States grew about 15 percent every year with the financing or capital, mostly from internal sources. With this rapid growth, about two-thirds of new labor force is absorbed by the small scale industries.
It was the dynamics of the U.S. economy is highly dependent on large corporations. Growth-oriented industrialization was able to create substantial employment.
But the economic disaster in the form of recession and oil crisis in the 1970s led many large companies are reducing their employment.
Fortune 500, one of the previous group of large companies provide many job opportunities through various business activities, in the period 1974 to 1984 has lost 4 to 6 million jobs.
Likewise, other institutions such as universities, hospitals, and many government institutions to reduce employment. So how do the U.S. government to overcome these problems?