Thursday, April 08, 2010

Young people are 'stuck in a rut' and unable 'to do something productive with their lives'

A 'radical' crackdown is needed to reduce the numbers of so- called Neets, similar to a clampdown in Holland that has seen benefits taken away from those aged under 27 who 'get money and sit at home'

As the New Zealand Government is upping the handouts for those with the right genes, others are looking to take effective action to stop the troughing.
Young people not in employment, education or training should be stripped
of benefits to force them into the workplace, a report from MPs
'Such placements would allow these young people to demonstrate their readiness to work, to acquire skills and to access valuable personal development opportunities - while also giving them the satisfaction of undertaking meaningful work of benefit to their local community,'

Implementing some of these ideas would be a definite step in the right direction, away from the endless handouts so readily available in this country.

And about to get a whole lot worse as the supposed providers multiply like breeding flies at a rotting carcass whilst doing nothing about the real issues.

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