One of the achievements that most presidents point out is the number of new jobs they created during their candidacy. Highlighting the total workforce is another way to indicate their success, especially if the presidents are standing for their second term.
When it comes to America and its presidents, Bill Clinton created the most jobs during his term at the White Office between 1993 – 2001. According to the numbers shared by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 42nd president of America created nearly 19 million new jobs.
Ronal Reagan, the 40th president follows in the second position with 16.5 million new jobs created between 1981 – 1989. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who holds a record for serving America for three terms before dying in office created 9.5 million jobs during his tenure.
Infographic by: www.statista.com