A Look at the Big Five Economic Indicators by President [CHARTS] – ValueWalk Premium
Total Employment Change by President, 1948 to Today

A Look at the Big Five Economic Indicators by President [CHARTS]

This past week we saw a relatively strong employment report at +257K.  The strengthening labor market picture poses the question: How have the big five economic indicators recently performed by president?

Here's an update.
Economic Indicators: Employment
The first is employment.  The employment measure makes presidents Clinton and Reagan look quite good, with employment up about 21% during Clinton's tenure and about 18% during Reagan's time in office.

On the other end, the two most recent presidents - Obama and W. Bush (Bush II) look poor . . .

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