Job Creation by President

Job Creation by President:

John F. Kennedy – Start: 53.6 million, Ended: 57.2 million, 3.6 million new jobs
Lyndon Johnson – Start: 57.2 million, Ended: 69.4 million, 12.2 million new jobs
Richard Nixon – Start: 69.4 million, Ended: 78.3 million, 8.9 million new jobs
Gerald Ford – Start: 78.3 million, Ended: 80.6 million, 2.3 million new jobs
Jimmy Carter – Start: 80.6 million, Ended: 91.1 million, 10.6 million new jobs
Ronald Reagan: – Start: 91.1 million, Ended: 107.1 million, 16.0 million new jobs
George Bush – Start: 107.1 million, Ended: 108.9 million, 1.8 million new jobs
Bill Clinton – Start: 108.9 million, Ended: 132.7 million, 23.8 million new jobs
George W Bush – Start: 132.7 million, Ended: 134.0 million, 1.3 million new jobs
Barack Obama – Start: 134.0 million, Ended: 145.5 million, 11.5 million new jobs
Donald Trump – Start: 145.5 million, Now: 145.8 million, 0.3 million new jobs

Since 1960, the greatest job creation presidents:

1) Bill Clinton
2) Ronald Reagan
3) Lyndon Johnson
4) Barack Obama
5) Jimmy Carter
6) Richard Nixon
7) John F. Kennedy
8) Gerald Ford
9) George Bush
10) George W. Bush
11) Donald Trump (so far)

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, All Employees: Total Nonfarm Payrolls [PAYEMS], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/PAYEMS, March 12, 2017.