Two 20-somethings deal with the challenges of life in the unemployment capital of Canada. Poorly.
Mike and Adam are two 20-something guys who are hopelessly unqualified for any decent-paying job. Not that it matters much, living in a city that has celebrated a long reign as Canada's unemployment capital.
As they careen toward the red, Mike and Adam must resort to any and all means necessary to make ends meet, creatively combating the daily struggles of life in an economic wasteland -- never failing to get themselves embroiled, sometimes unwittingly, in controversy and outlandish situations along the way.
Featuring a cast of outrageous characters bankrupt in money but not hilarity, Jobless is a sharp, satirical look into the life of the young and unemployed.
Jobless was created by Adam Martignetti and Mike Moring, and both share many roles both on and off the camera in the creation of this show. The show could not exist without the help of a lot of people. Or at least, it would, but it would just take much longer to make. Two major contributors to the Jobless project are Aaron Peacock and Aiden Kennedy from Two Blue Shirts Productions.