Career Employment Group Inc
What does this organisation do?
CEG supports and assists people from all groups to find entry level employment, often through apprenticeships and traineeships. CEG also works with Government agencies and other stakeholders in programs that assist unemployed and disadvantaged people to develop new skills that better prepare them to enter the workforce.
Young people disengaged from education and work
We all want the best for our children and young people but the evidence suggests that if young people are not engaged with work or education their future wellbeing is in jeopardy. They are more likely to experience social and economic disadvantage, poorer physical and mental health and be at risk of social exclusion in the short and longer term.
Low income families and the long term unemployed
Employment is a significant factor in our wellbeing. Employment provides financial independence, improves our physical and mental health, expands our social networks and builds our skills.
On the flip side, long term unemployment or underemployment negatively impacts our wellbeing. It contributes to poor mental and physical health, social isolation and poverty. And it can negatively impact the wellbeing of our children.