Forbes (my emphasis):
Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in March 2010, the
health care industry has gained nearly 1 million jobs—982,300, to be
more precise—according to Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates released
Meanwhile, the rest of the economy has added 7.7 million jobs since
March 2010, and for the first time, more people are working since the
recession began five years ago.
Private-sector jobs also grew for the 51st straight month,
which ties the longest consecutive streak on record and overlaps with
the passage of Obamacare 50 months ago.