August 23, 2010

Gross job gains and losses in the fourth quarter of 2009

Private sector gross job gains and gross job losses, seasonally adjusted, March 1999–December 2009
Quarter Gross Job Gains Gross Job Losses

1999 I

8,585,000 8,232,000

1999 II

8,539,000 7,895,000

1999 III

8,571,000 7,983,000

1999 IV

8,749,000 7,744,000

2000 I

8,792,000 8,003,000

2000 II

8,499,000 8,007,000

2000 III

8,506,000 8,210,000

2000 IV

8,400,000 8,105,000

2001 I

8,436,000 8,592,000

2001 II

8,009,000 8,801,000

2001 III

7,608,000 8,792,000

2001 IV

7,591,000 8,551,000

2002 I

8,049,000 8,088,000

2002 II

7,890,000 7,928,000

2002 III

7,608,000 7,779,000

2002 IV

7,522,000 7,720,000

2003 I

7,439,000 7,851,000

2003 II

7,401,000 7,505,000

2003 III

7,383,000 7,179,000

2003 IV

7,549,000 7,240,000

2004 I

7,709,000 7,244,000

2004 II

7,747,000 7,113,000

2004 III

7,635,000 7,423,000

2004 IV

7,860,000 7,085,000

2005 I

7,618,000 7,237,000

2005 II

7,771,000 7,185,000

2005 III

7,963,000 7,287,000

2005 IV

7,826,000 7,312,000

2006 I

7,720,000 6,920,000

2006 II

7,784,000 7,367,000

2006 III

7,493,000 7,456,000

2006 IV

7,793,000 7,300,000

2007 I

7,651,000 7,166,000

2007 II

7,653,000 7,457,000

2007 III

7,325,000 7,573,000

2007 IV

7,670,000 7,360,000

2008 I

7,167,000 7,447,000

2008 II

7,296,000 7,832,000

2008 III

6,884,000 7,851,000

2008 IV

6,738,000 8,539,000

2009 I

5,746,000 8,486,000

2009 II

6,420,000 7,999,000

2009 III

6,296,000 7,260,000

2009 IV

6,628,000 6,821,000

These data featured in the TED article, Gross job gains and losses in the fourth quarter of 2009.

 

 

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