If you think the job market is as bad as when Zero took office, that's because it is.
Its not how many jobs have been ‘created’, because this doesn’t take into account jobs lost.
Its how many net jobs have been added, i.e. how man7y people are employed at a given time. If this number is going down, we are bleeding jobs faster than we are adding jobs - and that’s very bad.
Here is a link to the US BLS showing the decline in the labor participation rate since Hussein has been in charge:
As you can see, we have fewer people in the workforce today than at any time under Bush. And the trend is downward, not upward.