Jobs Created During Each Presidency Term
|U.S. president||Party||Term years||Start jobs||End jobs||Created jobs||Ave annual increase|
|George W. Bush||R||2005–2009||132,502,000||133,631,000||1,129,000||0.21%|
|George W. Bush||R||2001–2005||132,466,000||132,453,000||-13,000||0.00%|
|George H. W. Bush||R||1989–1993||107,133,000||109,726,000||2,593,000||0.60%|
|Kennedy / Johnson||D||1961–1965||53,683,000||59,583,000||5,900,000||2.64%|
|Roosevelt / Truman||D||1945–1949||41,903,000||44,675,000||2,772,000||1.61%|
|Franklin Roosevelt||D||1937–1941||31,200,000||34,480,000||3,280,000||2.53% **|
|Franklin Roosevelt||D||1933–1937||25,700,000||31,200,000||5,500,000||4.97% **|
|Herbert Hoover||R||1929–1933||32,100,000||25,700,000||-6,400,000||-5.41% **|
|Calvin Coolidge||R||1925–1929||29,500,000||32,100,000||2,600,000||2.13% **|
|Harding / Coolidge||R||1921–1925||25,000,000||29,500,000||4,500,000||4.23% **|
|**Approximate, as of December 2013|
The table represents the number of US jobs created or lost during the years of each presidents’ term. Sometimes these numbers are debated:they include only non-farm payroll employment, which excludes certain types of jobs, notably the self-employed. However, as a semi-balancing factor, they count one person with two jobs as two employed persons. Another factor to consider is population growth, which provides opportunities for the creation of jobs, rendering these figures less impressive.
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