Stage One of the project places the artist in the public space to distribute previously created JOBs. The artist will encourage passersby to take more than one, so that they might give others JOBs.
Stage Two of the project places the JOB-maker in a space (public or private) to enable people to create JOBs and to distribute the JOBs they create.
The JOB Creation Project is not a critique of how jobs are created, whether by creation by individuals and companies and supported by demand, or by manufacture of the government and support by the taxpayer.
The JOB Creation Project is a criticism of lawmakers who discuss job creation in sound bytes, and who do not offer specifics about how they would actually create jobs, reducing the promise of job creation into a platitude.
The JOB Creation Project aims to provoke people into patience by reminding them that the arguments and arguing philosophies are decades old; that the solutions are never easy; that the solutions cannot be easily encapsulated into soundbytes and quotes; that policy moves change slowly; that global economies can also move slowly; and through the act of distribution or production, job creation is as much a responsibility of individuals.