Essex rail company c2c are offering free journeys to and from job interviews.
The scheme has been running for several years, but the company say they are keen to get more people using it.
Unemployed people can use up to six free tickets, and a season ticket with up to two months free once they have found work. In February 2012 100 people took part, costing c2c about £13,000.
c2c freely admit that it is a chance for them to gain new customers, but the MP for Basildon and Billericay John Baron thinks it is also positive for the local community.
Philip Dickinson is one of thousands who have benefited from the Job Start scheme. He travels from Chalkwell station near Southend to London where he is a trainee recruitment consultant.