In addition to the point I was making in my last post, entrepreneurs risk their own wealth and other property to employ unused and underutilized resources in ways that create more value to society than in any other ways those same resources would have been utilized by someone else, including the owner of a resource. When labor is unemployed or underutilized, it is a profit opportunity for entrepreneurs (including the unemployed worker) to employ that labor in some capactity that creates more value for others than in any other way that labor would have been used. In doing so, and as long as it's voluntary, both parties profit.
This should be something that we as a society praise and honor, not something we vilify and punish.
Jobs are not "created" like is a sculpture made from Play-doh; employment opportunities are the result of keen insight and risk on the part of entrepreneurs. Jobs are no more created than wants are created; in fact, they are the opposite sides of the same coin. Successful entrepreneurs satisfy our wants using scarce resources, including labor, to their greatest potential. Let's stop making these guys out to be the bad guys while exalting the politicians and rent seekers who profit by their political connections. These are the people who destroy wealth and make us worse off.