I'm looking at this from the point of view of our clients. I think the most important thing is that we intervene early in the process. When we don't intervene, the laws of motion apply and individuals and their contributions get lost. So we need to reach people when they arrive here. Often they're the spouse of somebody who's come for some other reason, and if that person does not find a job they ultimately leave. We have a number of cases where that's true.
We don't want people to fall into the trap of chronic unemployment or underemployment. I think we need to intervene soon and fast when the need arises, and respond to the opportunity from a community and an economic development point of view.