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Published on Jan 8, 2009
Last week I was pounding the pavement in San Francisco, looking for jobs and networking with friends when I saw a line that went out the door and around two corners of the block. My first thought was that this was my first sighting of an unemployment line. Then I looked closer and the building was the San Francisco Fire Department. Apparently the Fire Department had announced that they would be hiring 200 entry level firemen and over 1,200 people turned out for a shot at this stable career that also fetches pretty hefty salary, starting at over $68,000. I would have dropped everything and gotten in line myself, but unfortunately, I learned that this line was actually for submitting the application that you needed to pickup two days before. So instead I grabbed my camera to explore what kind of unemploymentality I could find in the line. Heres what I got.