Working together to tackle long-term unemployment

There are a range of practical ways to nip long-term unemployment in the bud. Kevin Robbie outlines six that bring together employers, educators, social ventures, community organisations and government, to help prevent the economic and social strain that youth and long-term unemployment cause.

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