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woman wearing mask as she shops in supermarket aisle Retailers will continue to face headwinds that began before the pandemic as shoppers shift from in-store to online purchases. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The 2022 economic outlook for small businesses likely will look a lot like the end of 2021. Employee recruitment and retention, inflation and supply chain disruption continue to rank as the top concerns.

“Small businesses feel every bump in the road of the economy, so it’s worth trying to understand what’s driving the economy at this time,” said Nela Richardson, chief economist at ADP.

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