EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group Manager discusses unemployment, the booming economy, tariffs and student loan incentives for millennials.

Filling Employment Needs in a Sellers’ Market


The economy seems to be chugging along, with unemployment at record lows. The Bottom Line looks at why some of that optimism needs to be tempered and what companies need to do in an increasingly competitive recruitment landscape.


Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to The Bottom Line. This podcast examines the everyday business and finance issues faced by closely held and private businesses. We hope to provide you with news you can use in what we like to think of as a jargon-free zone. I'm your host, Dave Plaskow, and with us is Tim Schuster, a Manager at EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group. In this episode we'll discuss what the current employment environment means for both employers and potential employees. Nice to see you Tim.
Tim Schuster: David, always a pleasure.

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Mr. Schuster is a Manager providing tax compliance services to individual filers, as well as assistance on tax returns for companies in the manufacturing and real estate industries.

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