I would like to add something quickly. My colleague really focused on the necessary support to young people. Supporting employers is also important.
In small communities, a young person who has one, two or three bad work experiences will, of course, have to face some self-esteem problems. Opportunities for that individual in the local labour market, will also be limited. Supporting young people, which is done in youth employment centres, and supporting employers must be done throughout the community to know how to support these young people, accept certain difficulties and work to resolve them. The whole situation has to be treated fairly broadly.