Extreme job hunting

These may seem like outlandish ways to get a job but desperate times call for desperate measures.

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Peggy Greco, 53, is an out-of-work private duty registered nurse in Hobe Sound, Florida. To broaden her network, and get some fresh air, she printed a t-shirt with her Web site and contact information and began wearing it on bike rides in her area.

Even though she hasn't gotten a job yet, Greco says she has gotten a few calls so far - and lost about 5 pounds.

Outcome: promising
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Last updated January 14 2009: 1:14 PM ET
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