Unemployed turn to public access commercials for work


Everyone used to ask, "What would you do for a Klondike bar?" But with unemployment on the rise, the new question seems "What would you do for a job?"

One group in Massachusetts has the answer: 30-second resume commercials. The venture, started by several unemployed people, wraps the video resumes into a half hour production called "The New England Job Show." The show runs twice a month on five public access channels, sadly without Wayne and Garth, and features tips for the unemployed.