Orange County, Florida - The unemployment rates in Central Florida are hovering in the double-digits and there hasn't been a lot of good news lately for job seekers. In honor of those who are working hard to get back to work, Pie-Fection, a new fresh-ingredient, made-while-you-watch pizza restaurant in Orlando, offered free pizzas to Central Floridians Tuesday who have lost their jobs.

"We're in a position now to give back to the community and that's what we like to do," said co-owner Jon Diaz.

Diaz and his business partner, Luke Fernbach, are recent college grads who grew up here in Central Florida, and today they teamed up with Workforce Central Florida to help folks like Isaac Crumpton find a job.

"I've got a lot of experience and a great attitude, but just haven't been fortunate enough to find something that just fits me," said Crumpton.

Crumpton is from New York State. He moved to Orlando five months ago hoping to find work, but with no luck, today he came to "Pie-Fection" armed with his appetite and his resume in tow.

"I would suggest is having a targeted resume and having more than one resume," said a Workforce Central Florida career expert.

"An opportunity to get a little bite to eat for free. I mean it's hard to believe, but it's a blessing.

And with money running out, a free meal today gave Isaac the energy and the encouragement to keep searching.

"We've seen how hard this area's been hit with the recession and now for us to be able to help out, even with a free pizza... it' means the world to us," said co-owner Luke Fernbach.

And it means even more to Central Florida's unemployed. With more than 200,000 people out of work, even a dent makes a difference.