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Published on Mar 1, 2009
2-Part video on how a town, village or small city can create work for its residents at a cost of about $100 per "job", through signing up residents to a free task marketplace website, going door to door to solicit participants, and then advertising the availability of such task performers to the 25-mile radius around the town (using low-cost local advertising), with participants expected to earn about $100 to $200 per day or $25,000 to $50,000 per year as newly-created small businesspersons and independent contractors - all this without federal stimulus subsidies, which is truly a shame. The task marketplace is the obvious successor to the diminishing jobs marketplace, according to the video's author, an antitrust lawyer.