We are a consumer driven economy - not a top-down charity organization.
Hiring is stimulated by consumer demand, not corporate benevolence. How prevalent are the examples of corporations hiring employees they don't need, or keeping unnecessary employees on during economic downturns? Giving more money to the wealthy to stimulate hiring is one of the greatest fallacies fostered on the uninitiated.
If 'trickle down economics' worked, after thirty years of it we would be awash in jobs! (We're not)