There are 194,000 more people are at work now than in January 2009, but our population has grown and there are now 8,822,000 more working-age people. There is another comparison that should also be made: "During his time in office, 14.7 million people were added to the food stamp rolls. Over that same time, only 194,000 jobs were created — thus 75 people went on food stamps for every one that found a job." This is from Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.).
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