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Subject: Re: $775B in Stimulus spent. 61,000 jobs LOST Date: 10/12/2012 5:35 PM
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And btw--your numbers are inaccurate. Bush was elected in 2000, taking office in Jan 2001, not Jan 2002. His term ended in Jan 2009 not Dec. 2009.

The net jobs created from Feb 2001 through Jan 2009 were 1,095,000.

Employment, Hours, and Earnings from the Current Employment Statistics survey (National)													
1-Month Net Change
Series Id: CES0000000001
Seasonally Adjusted
Super Sector: Total nonfarm
Industry: Total nonfarm
NAICS Code: -
Data Type: ALL EMPLOYEES, THOUSANDS
Years: 2001 to 2009

Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual
2001 -15 63 -28 -282 -44 -128 -125 -155 -243 -331 -295 -178 -1746*
2002 -129 -146 -24 -84 -9 47 -100 -11 -55 121 8 -163 -545
2003 95 -159 -213 -49 -9 0 25 -45 109 197 14 119 84
2004 162 44 337 249 310 81 46 122 161 348 63 134 2057
2005 137 240 141 360 170 243 374 193 66 80 334 160 2498
2006 283 316 283 181 14 76 209 183 157 -9 204 171 2068
2007 236 93 190 72 139 75 -40 -18 73 79 112 89 1100
2008 41 -84 -95 -208 -190 -198 -210 -274 -432 -489 -803 -661 -3603
2009 -818 -724 -799 -692 -361 -482 -339 -231 -199 -202 -42 -171 -818*
total 1095


*adjusted to Bush's presidency
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