More than 14 million Americans are looking for work, and Jeff Shawhan is one of them. Jeff spent thirty years in auto parts factories around Dayton, Ohio. Under the Trade Adjustment Allowance, he returned to school while living on unemployment and earned his associate's degree. But he's still sending out resumes. He talks with Dick Gordon about losing his job to a foreign buy-out, the challenge and enjoyment he found in the classroom, and what's next in his job search.