Seasonally adjusted employment in the United States January 2010-January 2019
US employment bottomed out after the recession in February 2010 at 129.715 million. In January 2017, the end of the Obama Presidency, employment stood at 145.695 million, a gain of 15.98 million jobs, or 196,000/month for 83 months. From that January 2017 month to the January 2019 numbers that came in on Friday, February 1, there has been a gain of 4.879 million jobs, or 203,000/month under the Trump administration. Adjustments generally occur for two months following the release of each monthly figure.