Welsh Conservatives say they will replace Labour's flagship scheme with one that's open to all ages.
Currently Jobs Growth Wales is aimed at 16 to 24 year olds. Under the Conservative proposals it would be extended to people of any age.
The proposal would replace the scheme with a new programme called 'Stronger Futures Cymru' which would also accept entrants from the UK Government's Work Programme.
Placements would also be extended from six to 12 months.
This is the first big economic policy announcement from the Welsh Conservatives before next May's Assembly Election.
It's also an audacious attempt to seize political ground from Labour by claiming to be able to improve the policy Carwyn Jones' government is most proud of and which has been praised by successive UK Labour leaders.
Opposition leader Andrew RT Davies said:
And Shadow Economy minister William Graham said: