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There have been only two administrations that turned in a worse performance in private-sector job growth says NYTimes.com

The December jobs figures out today indicate that there were 725,000 more jobs in the private sector than at the end of 2008 — and 697,000 fewer government jobs. That works into a private-sector gain of 0.6 percent, and a government sector decline of 3.1 percent.

In total, the number of people with jobs is up by 28,000, or 0.02 percent.

How does that compare? …

Going back to Dwight Eisenhower, there have been only two administrations that turned in a worse performance in private-sector job growth.

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via Four Years Later, 28,000 More Jobs – NYTimes.com.

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