The U.S. economy added 178,000 jobs in November, continuing a historic trend of strong job growth under Democratic leadership.
U.S. businesses have now added 15.6 million jobs since early 2010. And specifically here in California, our nonfarm workforce alone grew by more than 2 million since Governor Jerry Brown too office in 2011. California also had the nation’s largest job gains in October, when employment grew by 31,600.
Donald Trump has appointed millionaires and billionaires to his cabinet with a net worth of $11 billion and counting and a record of amassing Wall Street profits while worker wages stagnated.
“Democrats have been in charge during the longest new-jobs winning streak in our nation’s history, and California’s economy and Democratic policies are fueling job creation and wage growth,” said Michael Soller, Communications Director of the California Democratic Party. “The pressure is on Trump’s cabinet of millionaires and billionaires to deliver results for all Americans. California Democrats will stay on the leading edge of the fight for fairness in our economy.”