A Finding-Job Job

Posted on February 17, 2009 by


jobpenguinSo I’ve solved unemployment. The problem with looking for a job is that it’s hard to stay motivated, especially after a few rejections. There are a lot of hard-working unemployed people who just need the structure that a work environment provides. So here’s what the unemployment office should do–instead of providing job-finding resources, they should provide a job. A finding-job job. It would pay $0/hr., but there’d be a boss to give you job application goals, and you’d have hours you’d be expected to be in the office, looking for and applying to jobs. So there you go. Thank you.

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