Mayor of New York by Spider-Man against unemployment
November 17, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a comic book store in Manhattan, attended the comic book "Spider-Man, you are hired," the release ceremony. Release of the new book, Michael Bloomberg appeared together with the live version of Spider-Man. Spider-Man armed posing frequent appearances, Bloomberg, the side suit to be outdone, eyed to tie around the "hero" let the media manipulation. Bloomberg is hoping to move Spider-Man's influence and inspire the residents of New York as soon as possible to help the unemployed find work.
Comic book "Spider-Man, You're Hired" for the full-color, a total of only 8 pages, the story of a young unemployed named Peter Parker - Spider-Man, another image of how the way in the subway to City Hall Bloomberg met, and the process of looking for work again.
Comic book people to find work also provided some useful information resources in New York City, including New York City's job centers, hoping to attract the unemployed to take part in some job training centers to find work as soon as possible. As a comic book publisher Marvel Entertainment editor in chief Joe Quesada, the company said: "Marvel Entertainment Inc, and New York City is honored to join all New Yorkers know that can help you find a job for free services." He also jokingly said that even a super hero in New York City (referring to Spider-Man) also need a job.
The economic downturn, the U.S. unemployment rate remained high. According to official data showed the U.S. Department of Labor, New York City in September unemployment rate was 9.3%, while the unemployment rate in the United States is as high as 9.6%.