Well, the NPR Marketplace Money piece aired, I had a brief moment at the end of the story. The whole thing is here:
This is the entirety of my bit:
Then there are those left out of the official underemployment figures because they're working for themselves. Like Jeff Wenker. He was laid off from his PR job in Seattle two months ago and is now self-employed, getting small jobs here and there. And that's on top of his other responsibilities.
Jeff Wenker: If you're underemployed and you're looking for full-time employment, you are always working. You're working to find a job, you're working to take care of the kids...
Wenker says as time goes on he's willing to take any full-time job just to get the benefits. But until he lands that opportunity, he's trying to look on the bright side of underemployment and indulge his creative dreams. He says he's sleeping just four and half hours a night so he can write a series of blogs and a screenplay.
I'm Rachel Dornhelm for Marketplace Money.
Yeah, I'd return punts naked for the Seahawks if they'd give me benefits.