This VN TEAS project, used different perspectives and methodologies to produce new research knowledge on the economic and wider societal implications of the Ohjaamo-services (One-stop guidance centre), especially for young customers under the age of 30. The study discussed the economic benefits of Ohjaamo-services and whether investment into the Ohjaamo project has been an economically cost-effective and appropriate solution. The work supported implementation of the Government's key project, "From Youth Guarantee to Community Guarantee" and the Government programme’s target to promote the well-being of children and adolescents, to prevent exclusion, reduce both the percentage of young people outside working life and the school drop-out rate while promoting employment opportunities for young people. Read more (in Finnish):