What is your role at YES? It's partly a thinking role, where we put new lenses onto wicked old problems building inclusive models for transformation. With partners, we introduce stakeholders to a potentially new way of doing things with each other, working with companies to try new approaches, offer youth a chance and invite them to join other businesses. Then there are many hours spent with the team on building systems and processes to drive this nationally and get SA to make new jobs. What advice do you have for young people looking for work? Be real about yourself and what's out there, available and in demand. Empower yourself - it's your ship - and ensure you've aligned your value system to your career path. There's always a way to transform your abilities into something practical. Don't put undue pressure on yourself around that first job - take the work opportunities you're given and remember that where you start is not necessarily where you'll end up. What should young people...

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