The Obama Administration has "created" more than 11-million jobs over the past eight years. That works out to an average of nearly 4,000 per DAY.
There were 161,000 jobs added to the United States economy in October, 2016. That's an average of more than 5,000 per DAY.
There were 156,000 jobs added to the United States economy in September, 2016. That's an average of more than 5,000 per DAY.
The job gains itemized above are just a glimpse into the overall national economic picture. A detailed summary of job gains and losses over the past years can be found here.
Overall, the official Unemployment Rate dropped from about 10% (where George Bush left it) when Obama took office, to less than 5% now (4.6%). After a bumpy first two years, those numbers have been on a gradual downward slide during the entirety of the Obama Administration.