New Trump Economy Job Loss Numbers: 57,500+ Announced Mass Layoffs And Counting

Ahead of tomorrow’s jobs report, American Bridge is releasing our latest tabulation of the 57,560-and-counting announced mass layoffs during the first 75 days of Donald Trump’s presidency. 
Trump dishonestly takes credit for job deals that were announced months before he even thought about running for office. And citing zero evidence he loves to say he’s “bringing back jobs.”
 
We’re continuing to track Trump’s broken jobs promises at TrumpEconomy.com, because the truth is Donald Trump has done nothing to stimulate job creation or stem — let alone acknowledge — the layoffs that have continued to happen on his watch.
American Bridge President Jessica Mackler released the following statement ahead of tomorrow’s jobs report:

“There have been almost 60,000 announced mass layoffs since Trump’s inauguration, but the president won’t so much as acknowledge those Americans getting left behind, let alone put forth a comprehensive jobs plan to get them back on their feet.

Far from bringing back jobs, Trump has done nothing but sell out America’s working families, importing foreign labor at his family businesses while signing executive orders that give free rein to Wall Street and gut crucial worker protections.”

Across the country, Trump is leaving working people behind…

Florida

Tampa Bay Business Journal: Communications technology firm plans layoffs, plant shutdown in Tampa

Florida Times-Union: 500 employees lose jobs in Jacksonville as part of CSX layoffs

South Florida Business Journal: Bebe posts layoffs for all South Florida stores

Ventura County Star: Amgen announces layoffs and relocations in Thousand Oaks

Tampa Bay Times: HSBC laying off 357 employees in Brandon

Indiana

The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: 86 jobs lost in Bluffton factory closing

Indiana Business Journal: Layoffs loom as state moves on incentives to save other Carrier jobs

Indiana Business Journal: Broad Ripple tech firm lays off a third of its workforce in cost-cutting move

Fox 59 Indianapolis: Schneider Electric to lay off 70 workers at Peru facility

IndyStar: Layoffs to begin for Rexnord workers

USA Today: HH Gregg’s Ontario store will be among 88 to close

Kentucky

Louisville Business First: Sypris expects job cuts in Louisville

Maine

WMTW-TV Portland: Central Maine Healthcare lays off 28 workers

Michigan

AP: Auto supplier expects nearly 200 layoffs at Adrian plant

WDIV-TV Detroit: 14 Family Dollar stores closing in Metro Detroit

The Toledo Blade: 2 auto-industry linked firms have big layoffs in Michigan

MiBiz.com: Yanfeng lays off 27 workers at Lansing facility

WXYZ-TV Detroit: Penske Automotive to lay off more than 160 employees

Crain’s Detroit Business: International Specialty Tube to close Detroit facility, lay off 114 employees

mlive.com109 will lose jobs as Alamo Drafthouse Cinema closes; patrons saddened

Missouri

Springfield News Leader: Reckitt Benckiser to lay off 140 in Springfield as warehouse operations shift to St. Peters

Ohio

The Plain Dealer: Donald Trump didn’t stop 3M Elyria plant closing despite pleas

Dayton Daily News: P&G: Laid off workers may reapply at Union center

The Columbus Dispatch: Dollar Express closing four central Ohio stores

IndeOnline: Affinity Medical Center cutting jobs

Lancaster Eagle-Gazette: Oneida Group announces 10 layoffs

Tennessee

The Leaf-Chronicle: Convergys to lay off 134 workers

West Virginia

WSAZ-TV Huntington: More than 100 jobs to be cut in Mohawk Industries plant closing

Wisconsin 

Fox 11 News Green Bay: JanSport impacts: 380 to lose their jobs

WISC-TV Madison: Alorica, Inc. laying off 137 in La Crosse

Milwaukee Business Journal: ManpowerGroup to cut 150 jobs at Milwaukee headquarters

WEAU-TV La Crosse: La Crosse call center set to eliminate more than 100 jobs

WSAU: Six Family Dollar stores to close

By the Numbers…

  • Nationally: 57,560
  • in Ohio: 6,199
  • in Michigan: 3,372
  • in Florida: 3,664
  • in Indiana: 2,327
  • in Georgia: 2,270
  • in New Jersey: 2,711
Read more at TrumpEconomy.com.