Our current unemployment rate of 8.6 percent is the lowest it's been since April 2009; we still have 13.3 million without work, though.
That additional 1.85 percent we could gain, and just from those executive bonuses, would amount to 2.86 million jobs.
The listing of 2.86 million jobs was of my own calculation, using average wages and benefits costs. When asked by commenters for more details, I went to the original source of the image above and tracked its own source.
That original source is a recent report from SEIU, which lists the total bonuses paid by those six banking institutions to total $143 billion, and the number of jobs that could be created by that money to be 3.6 million. (Link to that SEIU document)
I assume my use of benefits costs to be the reason for variations.
Below is another image from the same MoveourmoneyUSA.org group, this one detailing the total number of jobs that could be created with the bonuses paid per institution. Please note that its calculations appear (to me, at least) to not be inclusive of other employment expenses aside from wages.