(New York-AP) -- A TV reality show that guides people on career makeovers is starting with the host: Al Sharpton.
He failed in his last bid for a new job as president of the United States. Now he's going in a whole different direction.
Sharpton will host ``I Hate My Job'' premiering in the fall on Spike TV. The Viacom cable channel targets a young male audience.
Eight male contestants in the show will quit their jobs and work with two ``life counselors,'' Sharpton and California psychologist Stephanie Raye.
Sharpton and Raye will give them advice and weekly assignments. A panel will decide which contestants will continue each week.
Sharpton says he's ``the working man's (Donald) Trump.'' In Sharpton's words, ``He brings people into the penthouse. We bring them into the house.''