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California stoking job growth – in the moving industry

Orange County Register
By Adam B. Summers

May 29, 2016  [Excerpts]
“…In just the past seven years, approximately 9,000 businesses have decided to leave California or expand their operations out of state. Companies leaving California typically save between 20 percent and 35 percent of operating costs.”
“Texas has been the biggest beneficiary of California’s business exodus…given that Texas has claimed the top spot in Chief Executive magazine’s “Best and Worst States for Business” survey of CEOs from across the country each of the 12 years it has been conducted, while California has ranked last every single year.”
“With government driving up the cost of labor, it’s driving down the number of jobs,” CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder told Business Insider in March. “You’re going to see automation not just in airports and grocery stores, but in restaurantsIf you’re making labor more expensive, and automation less expensive – this is not rocket science.”
“…The simple fact is that the state of California does not provide a business-friendly environment,” CEO Candida Aversenti said in a press release.

“The good news is that California’s business climate malady is reversible…Unfortunately, the Legislature does not appear intent on loosening the economic shackles it has placed on entrepreneurs and workers any time soon.”


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About Senator John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa):
State Senator John Moorlach represents the 37th district of California, is a trained Certified Financial Planner and is the only trained CPA in the California State Senate. He gained national attention 20 years ago when he was appointed Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector and helped the County recover from its bankruptcy filing – at the time the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. History. Follow him on Facebook & Twitter.

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