Measuring the impact of multidisciplinary cooperation in youth employment services (Monet)


The VN TEAS project, using different perspectives and methodologies, will produce new research knowledge and understanding of the economic implications and wider societal implications of the Ohjaamo-services (One-stop guidance centre), especially for young customers under the age of 30. The study provides a particularly valuable insight into the size of the economic benefits of Ohjaamo-services and whether investment into the Ohjaamo project has been an economically cost-effective and appropriate solution. As a whole, the work will support the 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.