It’s too bad that Ohio under Gov. John R. Kasich has performed so poorly in creating jobs since the CEO-style leader took executive control in 2011. For the last 30 straight months, Ohio has failed to break even with the national job creation average, experts say, underperforming it in some months by as much as 40 percent. Ohio remains a poor performer according to metrics analyzed by the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, which places the Buckeye State in the back of the pack.
Kasich’s Job Record Far From Miracle
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