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How good were the 10.9 million jobs under Obama?   

America has gained 10.9 million new jobs since President Obama took office.


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[Homework]2016-11-14&11-16 奥巴马:若国会未通过TPP 将失去数百万工作岗位

We now have the final job's reoprt for the election, so we want to take a look back at the present Obama's record on jobs. Here are the numbers.

10.9 million ,that's how many more jobs are today than January 2009 when present Obama took office. How is that stekup against other 2 recent term precents? Not as good as Regan and Cliton , but way better than Gorge. W. Bush. You may ahve heard about present and his report say 15 million jobs were created under his adminstratiion. and that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great ressetion in February 2010. When present Obama took office, the economy was bleeding jobs about 750,000 a month. Obama's supporters actually know that present's policies can be felt immediately. it takes time for them to effect the economy. He can't wait the magic want? to creat jobs.still,  it's spin to cherry pick out the bad ones just include the good ones, but the trend is real. since the final month of 2010, the nation has seam 73 consecutive month of job creation. that is robust by any measure. In fact, it's the longest stray on record. and that is where the obama white house wants you to focus.


it's the samiliar story with the unemployment rate. Obama entered office with the 7.8% job lose rate . it quickly jump to 10% at the beginning of its term but then has been steadily falling since then. it's now how steady near 5% for more than a year. but the big question is of all those jobs added are these good paying jobs? Every January earnings rose about 2% a year under present Obama effecotry and inflation. that's not very good. That's why real need in household incomings barely up since Obama's first year in office more recently  househlod incomings have improved.


So there you have it. Obama's record on jobs and employment wages. How will history jduge him? you have the numbers now. You decide.











































































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We now have the final job's report for the election, so we want to take a look back at the President Obama's record on jobs. Here are the numbers: 10.9 million, that's how many more jobs there are today than in January 2009 when President Obama took office. How does that steak up against other recent two term presidents? Not as good as Regan and Clinton, but way better than George. W. Bush. You may have heard the president and his supporters say 15 million jobs were created under his administration, and that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession in February 2010. When President Obama took office, the economy was bleeding jobs about 750,000 a month. Obama's supporters accurately know that the president’s policies can’t be felt immediately. It takes time for them to affect the economy. He can't wave a magic wand to create jobs. Still, it's spin to cherry pick out the bad ones and just include the good ones, but the trend is real. Since the final months of 2010, the nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation. That is robust by any measure. In fact, it's the longest strake on record, and that is where the Obama White House wants you to focus.

It's a similar story with the unemployment rate. Obama entered office with a 7.8% job lose rate. It quickly jumped to 10% at the beginning of its term, but that has been steadily falling since then. It's now held steady near 5% for more than a year. But the big question is: of all those jobs added, are these good-paying jobs? Average general earnings rose about 2% a year under Obama’s presidency when you factor inflation. That's not very good. That's why real median household income is barely up since Obama's first year in office. And more recently household incomes have improved.

So there you have it -- Obama's record on jobs and employment wages. How will history judge him? You have the numbers now. You decide.
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We now have the final jobs report for the election, so we wanted to take a look back at president Obama’s record on jobs. Here are the numbers, 10.9 million, that’s how many more jobs there are today than in January 2009 when president Obama took office. How does that stack up against other recent 2 term presidents? Not as good as Reagan and Clinton, but way better than George W Bush. You may have heard the president and his supporters say 15 million jobs were created under his administration. And that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession. In February 2010 when president Obama took office the economy was bleeding jobs about 750 thousand a month. Obama’s supporters accurately know that the president’s policies can’t be felt immediately, it takes time for them to affect the economy. He can’t wave a magic wand to create jobs. Still, it’s spin to cherry-pick out the bad ones and just include the good ones. But the trend is really. Since the final month of 2010, the nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation. That is robust by any measure. In fact, it’s the longest streak on record. And that’s where the Obama White House wants you to focus. It’s a similar story with the unemployment rate. Obama entered office with a 7.8% jobless rate. It quickly dropped to 10% at the beginning of this term. But that has been steadily falling since then. It’s now held steady near 5% for more than a year. But the big question is of all those jobs added are these good-paying jobs? Average hourly earnings rose about 2% a year under Obama’s presidency. When you factor in inflation, that’s not very good. That’s why real median household income is barely up since Obama’s first year in office. More recently, household incomes have improved. So there you have it. Obama’s record on jobs, unemployment and wages. How will history judge him? You have the numbers now. You decide.
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we now have the final job's report for the election, so we want to take a look back
at the president Obama's record on jobs, here's the numbers: 10.9M, that's how many
more jobs are today than January 2009 when President Obama took office, how is that
steck up against other recent two term presidents, not as good as Regan and Clitton
, but way better than George W. bush, you may have heard the president has reported
to say "15 million jobs were created under his administration", and that is true
if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession, in
Feburary 2010, when President Obama took office the economy was bleeding jobs about
750,000 a month, Obama supporters actually know that the president policy can't
be felt immediately, it takes time for them to affect the economy, he can't wave
magic wand to create jobs, still, it's spin to cherry pick out the bad ones for
just include good ones, but the trend is real, since the final months of 2010, the
nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation, that's robust by any measure
,in fact, it's the longest strake on record, that's where Obama's white house
want you to focus.

it's similiar story with un-employment rate, Obama enter office with 7.8% job lose
rate, it quickly jumped to 10% at the begining of its term, but that's has been
steadily falling since then, it's now held steady near 5% for more than a year,
but the big question is: of all thoese jobs added are these good paying jobs?
avery job earning rose about 2% year under Obama's presidency when you factor in
inflation, that's not very good, that is why real median household income is barely
up since Obama first year in office, more recently, household incomes have improved
so there you have it, Obama' record on jobs, unemployment and wages, how will
histories judge him, you have the numbers now, you decide.
We now have the final job’s report from the election, so we want to take a look back at president Obama’s record on jobs. Here are the numbers:
10.9M, that’s how many more jobs there are today than in January 2009 when president Obama took office. How does that stuck up against other recent two term presidents, not as good as Regen and Clinton, but way better than the Geroge W. Bush. You may’ve heard the president and his supporters say that 15M jobs were created under his administration, and that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession. In February 2010, When president Obama took office the economy was bleeding jobs by about 750K a month. Obama’s supporters accurately know since president policies can’t be felt immediately, it takes time for them to affect the economy, he can’t the wave a magic wand to create the jobs. Still it spins to cherry pick out the bad ones, but just include the good one, the trend is real. Since the final month of 2010, the nation has seen 73% consecutive month of job creation. That is robust by any measure, in fact, that’s the longest streak on record, and that’s what Obama’s   whitehouse want you to focus. It’s a similar soar with the unemployment rate. Obama entered the office with 7.8% jobless rate, it quickly jumped to 10% at the beginning of his terms, but then has been steadily failing since then, it’s now held steady near 5% for more than a year. But the big question is, of all these jobs added, are these good-paying jobs?
Average hourly earnning’s roll is about 2% a year under Obama’s presidency, when you fact inflation, that’s not very good. That’s why real median household income is barely up since Obama’s first year in office, more recently household income has been approved. So there you have it, Obama’s record on jobs and employment wages, how will history judge him, you have the numbers now, you decide.

[Homework]2016-11-14&11-16 奥巴马:若国会未通过TPP 将失去数百万工作岗位

We now have the final jobs report for the election so we wanted to take a look back if President Obama's record on jobs. Here are the numbers 10.9 million. That's how many more jobs there are today than January 2009 when president Obama took office. How's that step up against other recent two term Presidents. Not as good as Regan and Clinton but the way better than Jonh.W. Bush. You may have heart the President and his supporters say 15 million jobs were created under his administration. And that is true if you measure from the f of the job market after great Recession in February 2010 when President Obama took office. The economy was bleeding jobs about 750,000 a month. Obama's supporters accurately know that President's policy can be thought immediately it takes time for them to effect economy. He can't weight magic one to create job. Still, it's been to chriy to pick out the bad ones just include the good ones. The good trends is real. Since the final month of 2010 than the nation has seen 73 consective months for job creation. That is robust by any measures. In fact, that's the longest strict on record. That's where the Obama White House wants you to focus. It's the similar story with the unemployment rate. Obama entered office with 7.8% job rate. It quickly jumped to 10% at the beginning of his term. But then has been steadily fallen since then. It's now how steady near 5% for more than a year. The big question is of all those job added. Are those good paying jobs? Average earning rose about 2% a year under Obama's presidency when you factor the inflation. That's not very good. That's why real median Household incomes is very upset about Obama's first year in office. More recently, household incomes had improved. So there you have it. Obama's record on job, unemployment wages, our history juching .You have the number now. You decide.
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We now have the final job’s support for the election. So we wanted to take a look back at President Obama’s record on jobs. Here are the numbers. 10.9million that’s how many more jobs there are today than in January, 2009 when President Obama took office. How did that step up against other recent two terms presidents, not as good as Reagan, and Clinton, but way better than George W. Bush. You may have heard the president’s supporters say 15 million jobs were created under his ministration. And that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession. In February 2010, when president Obama took office, the economy was bleeding jobs about 750,000 a month. Obama’s supporters actually know that the president’s policies can be felt immediately and it takes time for them to effect the economy. He can’t wave a magic wind to create jobs. Still, it’s spin to cherish to pick out the bad men since just include the good ones. Look at the transient real since the final month of 2010, the nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation. That is robust by many measures. In fact it’s the longest street unrecord. And that is what the Obama’ s white house wanted to focus. It’s the similar story with the end of preliminary . Obama entered the office at 7.8 % job’s rate. It quickly jumped to 10% at the beginning of his term, but then there has been // falling since then. It’s now // study near 5% for more than a year. But the big question is if all those jobs added or are these good paid jobs? Average general earning rose about 2 % a year under Obama’s presidency when he factors an inflation. That’s not very good. That’s why real median household income is barely up since Obama’s first year in office, while more recently household incomes had been improved. So there you are happy with Obama’s record on jobs and employment //. How will history judge him? You have the number now to decide.
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We now have the final jobs report for the election, so we wanted to take a look back at president Obama's record on jobs, here are the numbers, 10.9 million, that's how many more jobs there are today than in January 2009 when president Obama took office, how does that stack up against other recent two-term presidents, not as good as Regan and Clinton, but way better than George W Bush, you may have heard the president and his supporters say 15 million jobs were created under his administration, and that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession, in February 2010 when president Obama took office the economy was bleeding jobs about 750,000 a month, Obama supporters accurately know that the president's policies can't be felt immediately, it takes time for them to affect the economy, he can't wave a magic wand to create jobs, still it's been to cherry pick out the bad months and just include the good ones, but the trend is real, since the final months of 2010, the nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation, that is robust by any measure, in fact it's the longest streak on record, and that's where the Obama White House wants you to focus. It's a similar story with the unemployment rate, Obama entered office with a 7.8% jobless rate, it quickly jumped to 10% in the beginning of his term, but that has been steadily falling since then, it's now held steady near 5% for more than a year, but the big question is of all those jobs added are these good paying jobs? average hour earnings rose about 2% a year under Obama's presidency when you factor inflation, that's not very good, that's why real median household income's barely up since Obama's first year in office, more recently household incomes have improved. So there you have it, Obama's record on jobs and employment and wages, how will history judge him, you have the numbers now, you decide.

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We now have the final report of the election. So we want to take a look back: President Obama reckons on job. Here the numbers.
10.9 millions, that how many more jobs there are today than January 2009 when president Obama took office. How does that sta  up against other two terms presidents. Not of good as Clinton but way better than Gorge W. Bush. You may have heard president and his supporters say 50 million jobs will created under his administration. That is true if you measure from the button of job market after great recession in Feburuary 2010 when president Obama took office the economy was bleeding job about 350,000 a month. Obama’s supporters actually know that president policy can be felt immediately takes time to the effect of economy. He can’t wait a magic won creates job, still is spin to cherry out a bad man just include the good ones. But the chain is real since the final month of 2010 that nation has seen 73 consecutive month job creation. That is robot than any measure in fact is the longest street than any record. That is Obama’ White House wants to focus.
It is a similar story of any prim nary. Obama enter the office with 7.8% jobs, it quickly jumped to 7% in the beginning of this term. But there has been insteadly falling since then. It now held steady near 5% for more than a year. But the question is all these jobs are good-paid job? Every job earning rose about 2% a year under the president Obama says the industry inflation that is not very good. That is why real million households are barely upset since president Obama first year in the office or recently households’ income have been improved.

[Homework]2016-11-14&11-16 奥巴马:若国会未通过TPP 将失去数百万工作岗位

We now have the final jobs report for the election, so we want to take a look back at president Obama's record on jobs. Here are the numbers, 10.9 million. That's how many more jobs there are today than in January 2009 when Preisdent Obama took office. How does that stack up against other recnt two term president? Not as good as Regen and Cliton, but way better than Geroge W Bush. You may have heard the president and his supporters say that 15 million jobs were created under his administration, and that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession. In Feburary 2010, when President Obama took office the economy was bleeding jobs at about 750,000 a month. Obama's supporters accurately know that the President's policies can't be felt immediately, it takes time for them to affect the economy. He can't wave a magic wand to creat jobs. Still it's spinned to cherry-pick out the bad ones and just include the good ones. But the trend is real. Since the final month of 2010, the nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation. That is robust by any measure. In fact, it the longest streak on record. And that's where the Obama White House wants you to focus. It's a similar story with the unemployment rate. Obama entered office with a 7.8% jobless rate. It quickly jumped to 10% at the begining of his term, but then has been steadily falling since then. It's now held steady near 5% for more than a year.  But the big question is, of all those jobs added, are these good paying jobs? Average hourly earnings rose about 2% a year under Obama's presidency. When you factor in inflation, that's not good. That's why real median household income is barely up since Obama's first year in office. More recently, household incomes have improved. So there you have it. Obama's record on jobs, unemployment and wages, how will history judge him? You have the numbers now, you decide.

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[Homework]2016-11-14&11-16 奥巴马:若国会未通过TPP 将失去数百万工作岗位

We now have the final jobs report for the election so we wanted to take a look back at president Obama's record on jobs. Here are the numbers: 10.9 million That's how many more jobs there are today than in January 2009 when president Obama took office. How is that step up aganist other recent two terms presidents? No as good as Reagan and Clinton but weight better than George W.Bush. You may have heard the president and his supporters say 15 million jobs were created under his administration. And that is true if you measure from the bottom of the job market after the great recession. In Febuary 2010 when president Obama took office the economy was bleeding jobs about 750,000 a month. Obama supporters accuratly know that the president's policies can't be filled immediately. It takes time for them to affect the economy. He can't weigh of a magic one to creat jobs. Still, it's spin to cherry pick out the bad mens injust include the good ones.But the trend is real since the final month of 2010 the nation has seen 73 consecutive months of job creation. That is robust by any measure. In fact, it's the longest streak on record. And that's what the Obama white house wants you to focus. It's a similar story with the unemployment rate. Obama entered office with the 7.8 percent jobless rate. It quickly jumped to 10 percent the beginning of his term, but that has been stably falling since then. It's now hold steady near 5 percent for more than a year. But the big question is of all those jobs at it are these good-paying jobs? Edward early rose about 2 percent a year under Obama's presidency when you affect an inflatoin, that's not very good. That's why real need in household incomes barely up since Obama's first year on office. More recently household incomes haven't improved. So there you have it Obama's record on jobs and employment wages, how will history judge him? You have the numbers now, you decide.
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