Stop The Mad Cycle Workshops | 08.07.2010 00:18 | Education
But today we have a substantial work ready population which doesn’t have the ‘desired’ academic level. ‘Record numbers to quit school without a future’ warns a popular newspaper revealing ‘Neets’ who drop out from school at 16 to ‘cost the tax payer £97,000... in their lifetime' via benefits, not contributing income tax and criminal activity. This ‘lost generation’ are ‘young people not in education, employment or training’.
Concern: A Neet winds up in welfare not forgetting that UK is still bound to keep on creating jobs in these difficult times. And on the dole queue the Neet is ‘stuck on one of these new deal schemes’ and I agree with Meal Ticket are the ‘kind of insulting, meaningless nonsense you get subjected too’.
Solution: The Neet privately invests £1 in a capital generating fund. And then the 'Neet' employ the right management among them to get 'Neet' into business, self employment and training. Is this not ‘volunteering’ with all the remuneration perks? Do it again and again until the good of the job seeker community has a life in control… better than being clinked in a not so new deal.
I end this thread. thanks for the opportunity.
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