Radio: I Want a Job

One effect of Depression II was to produce a hatful of jobhunter radio programs. On the busy Don Lee Network in the Far West, Help Thy Neighbor in two and a half years has helped place 13,000 persons. Chicago's I Need a Job, over WGN and later WCFL, has placed some 2,400 in less than a year. Last week Detroit's I Want a Job, conducted by the Michigan State Employment Service over WWJ, turned its first birthday. It had placed a modest 225 of 346 applicants who appeared on the program. More interesting than...

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