President Nixon, in the final speech of his campaign swing, said tonight "job creators" would hold back on new investments if "they are confronted with the possibility of being sandbagged by a hostile Congress." (October 31, 1954)
An example of a job creator is a director of a quick-growing solar energy company.
"The proposed civic auditorium center will fill a long-time void in Los Angeles' make-up, and at the same time will be a job creator and revenue producer." (May 30, 1954)