There is no miracle solution, of course. The solutions are to support the young person, to allow accessibility to services, to make sure to provide support and to accept that the results may not occur in the short term. This is essential because we know that young people will need a lot of trial-and-error learning and experiences in order to access sustainable employment.
Finding employment is one thing, but finding sustainable employment is another, because there are different problems associated with it. This is especially true in the case of full employment. If we need all the young people and they quickly get a job, we can think that problems will necessarily crop up along the way. This can cause them to lose their jobs and to once again find themselves in a precarious situation. It is therefore essential to offer them support and to ensure that they can be supported in the context of this trial-and-error learning and in other learning they will do when they enter the labour market.