January-June 2019 - 172,167 average/month
January-June 2018 - 235,167
January-June 2017 - 181,667
January-June 2016 - 177,333
January-June 2015 - 221,167
January-June 2014 - 244,500
In June, the number of people holding down a part-time job because they could not find full-time work shrank by just 8,000.
The Labor Force Participation Rate ticked up to 62.9 percent, staying right around 63 percent - where it has been for the last few years.
Americans reporting that they were working multiple jobs went up 301,000 in June, rising to 5.2 percent of the work force, the highest point since March of 2017.
You can find the full report from the Labor Department here.