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The economic slowdown has only slightly eased the tight labor market for small employers, according to a new survey by the NFIB Education Foundation.
The survey, conducted in late spring, found that 71 percent of small businesses that have recently sought to hire employees report that qualified workers are hard to find. Two-thirds of small businesses report they have left positions vacant as a result of the tight labor market.
In most cases, small business owners are working more hours as a result.
The survey is one of two national polls …