Now, now, Cain. We all know that unemployed people are all lazy, and that there's jobs just dangling from the low branches.
I was talking to my friend Annie just Sunday about her job search. See, after Annie got out of the Navy (with decorations, no less), she got a GIS degree and then moved to Portland, where she was, after a bit of a search, able to land a seasonal job at Target. "Great!" thought Annie. "This gives me a couple of months to find a job in my field".
The seasonal job ended and, 300 applications and one year later, Annie found a temp job on a road crew in Gresham.
Lucky, lucky Annie!
But wait, it gets better. See, Annie is the little sister of my friend The Enucleator. The Enucleator is in charge of the tissue collection at the eye bank. Recently, she has noticed a disturbing trend; she's been receiving a lot of resumes from people who are grotesquely overqualified for the job. People who are more qualified than she is, such as actual surgeons. Surgeons who have been looking for work for months on end.
Look at all those lazy, unmotivated, unskilled unemployed!