One solution to joblessness in the US is a scheme where giant corporations create workplaces for local communities. They are even handed government money to that end -- but somehow, jobs still get outsourced to a cheaper foreign workforce. This allows big businesses to prosper, while small towns suffer. In one of America's most economically depressed cities resides the world's largest producer of home appliances. Whirlpool Corporation is headquartered in Benton Harbor, Michigan, where 60 per cent are unemployed, 90 per cent live in poverty, and per capita annual income is roughly US $10,000.