BLS says we picked up 121,000 new jobs in June. Not quite the 130,000 or so we need to keep up with population growth.
The running totals since January 2001:
Increase in nonfarm jobs: 2,759,000
Per-month average: 42,400
Increase in nonfarm private-sector jobs: 1,627,000
Per-month average: 25,000
Increase in nonfarm public-sector jobs: 1,132,000
Per-month average: 17,400
Share of net new jobs attributable to private sector: 59%
Obviously, the Bush job-creation record still bites.