Publication awards in lifehour credits for 1500-word article assessing pros and cons of the topic. Lifehour value tied to average U.S. hourly wage (about $25 in 2014).
In addition, the writer can expect to receive Sponsorship credit based on his published email address (five lifehours per reader who cites reporter as sponsor). Another perk is a GOOHF. The newspaper, if signed up as a recruiter, will receive one lifehour per membership in addtion to the JobTime fees. Reporters are limited to one article. Review list of published articles (below). This process is part of the LBO of habitual politicians.