Ivanka Trump was proud of the new jobs that became available in November, but some social media users have said it was not an accomplishment.

Donald Trump’s daughter was very proud of the 266,000 new jobs that were added last month and made her happiness clear on Twitter. She added that this crushed expectations. However, a number of Twitter users were not convinced by Ivanka’s post.

Teenie Joy said that millions of Americans were forced into low-paying and zero benefit jobs during holidays, and this is not an accomplishment.

Another person said that the jobs were called "seasonal part time" and this is not new. This happens every year like taxes.

Meanwhile, another social media user advised Ivanka to take one of the jobs she seems to be proud of. They added that the first daughter forgot to add that the majority of those occupations only pay minimum wage and are available for the holidays only.

Meanwhile, Michelle Snyder pointed out that these were not new jobs but people switching jobs. She added that none of the Trumps can add or subtract the figures. Another said that 60,000 of the jobs involved people returning to work from layoffs and questioned the percentage of the seasonal jobs, concluding that the real numbers are significantly lower. Another said that it doesn’t matter unless they are good jobs.

Some just made fun of Ivanka’s post. One said that there are many jobs because Americans take two to three jobs to survive. Another said it was good because her dad Donald might need to look for one soon.

Meanwhile, some were impressed with the current administration and praised Ivanka for the great job and good work they did.

In related news, Ivanka was accused of wasting taxpayers’ money with her travels. Some Twitter users found her “unfit” and “unqualified.” One reminded her that she was not elected by the people and should resign from her position.

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Ivanka Trump arrives to visit U.S.A House on day sixteen of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea, Feb. 25, 2018. Getty Images/ Carl Court