President Obama’s Private Sector Job Creation Chart

According to President Obama’s campaign team, “We’ve officially had 23 consecutive months of private-sector job growth, and seen 3.7 million private-sector jobs created under this President.” In a letter sent to supporters they said, “The Republican candidates are banking on people not knowing the truth about the President’s record.” In response to this news, the campaign team said, “Mitt Romney cynically claimed President Obama has “prevented a true economic recovery.” He’s even falsely said President Obama “has not created any new jobs,” and told ABC News earlier this year that the President has “lost 2 million jobs.” I didn’t see any room on President Obama’s chart for those 1.2 million that have given up and just dropped off all the other charts. The chart is interactive and explains month by month how the President’s plan is working.

A detailed larger chart from President Obama

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2 Responses to President Obama’s Private Sector Job Creation Chart

  1. wurman says:

    Correction about Pres. Obama’s bailout of the auto industry. It was actually Pres. Bush who initiated this process on Dec. 18-19 of 2008, before Obama took office.

    “President George W. Bush outlined a plan that would hand $13.4 billion this month and next to General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC. Both companies have said they soon might be unable to pay their bills without federal help.”

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