Rich people do not create jobs. Government can't create private sector jobs.
You seem to have the idea that a rich person will just go out and hire someone for no reason. That is ridiculous. The only thing that creates a job is Demand. Someone has to have a need that requires someone be paid to fill that need. Many times a business - which doesn't need to have any rich people in it, nor rich people to start it up - will have to hire someone to meet extra demand for their goods or services.
The problem right now is that the top 10% have leeched ludicrous amounts of money out of the economy and into their vaults. A construction worker could support a household of 4 on his salary alone in 1970. Today, the construction worker makes pretty much the same thing he did in 1970, but the cost of everything has gone up 400%. So, the construction worker has had to get his wife to get a job and both go into debt to maintain a lesser lifestyle.
Well, we are now maxed out on the household debt, so we can't spend any more. The rich have leeched all the money and profit out of the economy. There is not much more left.
So, the only real solution is for big businesses to cut absurd CEO and Executive compensation and raise worker pay. This will put money back into the economy and create a sustainable economy instead of the boom & bust economy we have had. Read about Henry Ford and Kenneth J. Douglas.
Basically, its "the Rich" and corporations against everyone - including themselves. Capitalism requires a robust, free flow of money to sustain itself, and they have been leeching funds out of the economy, slowly killing it.
Obviously many are not going to self-regulate to maintain a healthy economy. Therefore, government has to intervene in order to "insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity."
(see http://bobbyshead.blogspot.com/2011/02/business-leaders-agree-i-am-right.html andhttp://bobbyshead.blogspot.com/2011/03/success.html for more)