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"The Labor Department’s updated results show that manufacturing was even weaker than previously thought in the final 34 months of Barack Obama’s presidency, with the economy adding 259,000 manufacturing jobs rather than the earlier reported 270,000, according to an analysis by Alan Tonelson."

 

https://truepundit.com/trumps-manufacturing-jobs-record-is-even-stronger-than-we-thought/

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On 2/12/2020 at 6:20 AM, personreal said:

"The Labor Department’s updated results show that manufacturing was even weaker than previously thought in the final 34 months of Barack Obama’s presidency, with the economy adding 259,000 manufacturing jobs rather than the earlier reported 270,000, according to an analysis by Alan Tonelson."

 

https://truepundit.com/trumps-manufacturing-jobs-record-is-even-stronger-than-we-thought/

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On 2/12/2020 at 6:20 AM, personreal said:

"The Labor Department’s updated results show that manufacturing was even weaker than previously thought in the final 34 months of Barack Obama’s presidency, with the economy adding 259,000 manufacturing jobs rather than the earlier reported 270,000, according to an analysis by Alan Tonelson."

 

https://truepundit.com/trumps-manufacturing-jobs-record-is-even-stronger-than-we-thought/


Manufacturing is in a recession, and is shedding jobs faster than any other sector.

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Year    Jan    Feb    Mar    Apr    May    Jun    Jul    Aug    Sep    Oct    Nov    Dec    Annual
2009    12454089    12269996    12092961    11916817    11788690    11731582    11638162    11657586    11622520    11559870    11506732    11485445    11810371
2010    11332069    11310365    11346374    11399768    11461062    11549302    11563316    11592403    11585078    11577923    11561706    11570589    11487496
2011    11486471    11514314    11566346    11626458    11672939    11764161    11782774    11836217    11811130    11788777    11779672    11788701    11701497
2012    11715444    11739990    11796097    11829778    11887686    11998780    12004781    12032085    11990656    11965771    11948651    11949617    11904945
2013    11853834    11884089    11911705    11921808    11966689    12062629    12039241    12092042    12059073    12043626    12049147    12055182    11994922
2014    11974796    12009194    12036505    12061171    12124806    12229025    12225642    12270994    12228090    12224973    12231041    12262206    12156537
2015    12190192    12208115    12219677    12225445    12280122    12373752    12383784    12387948    12341744    12304272    12287622    12297443    12291676
2016    12240349    12251218    12250696    12257245    12273848    12353901    12380353    12372203    12316954    12279363    12282024    12302210    12296697
2017    12259421    12286432    12302271    12323198    12362054    12484504    12485382    12501870    12445604    12450598    12471039    12508711    12406757
2018    12442427    12501727    12529865    12548143    12596045    12716165    12741745    12752880    12710909    12722436    12742103    12770360    12647900
2019    12709548    12746760    12753883    12743641    12773565    12862022                            

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I wish that I could post the data and not have to do such manual manipulation but one can plainly see that manufacturing is not in recession. This data is manufacturing (31,32,33 naics code combined) employment (private ownership). June 2018 = 12,716,165 and june 2019 = 12,862,022. Pretty plain to see that one is larger than the others and there job numbers are up and not down (recession). 

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