Educated. Graduated. Morale just a touch deflated. Luke Wheatley is tired of waiting by his computer for opportunity to drop in his inbox.
Armed with a 2:1 in Politics and a placard, he says he'll pitch up daily on the streets of Leicester until someone gives him a job.
He says he's been looking for a job for a couple of months now, sending out a lot of CVs, but without hearing back from employers. So he decided to get out with a board and ask for a job.
There was definitely a degree of interest from passers-by:
Childhood friend Tom Harper is on hand for moral support... and sustenance - when he's not working full time in his job as a team leader at a high street chemist.
You can't knock his commitment or his ambition. He says his ideal job would be the Prime Minister!
But recent research by totaljobs.com shows four in ten graduates are still job-hunting after six months - this is a generation of graduates with more ambition than opportunity.