The Welsh Government should 'look again' at its flagship jobs scheme according to Welsh Conservatives after figures showed over a third of those who've taken part are now unemployed. The party's obtained figures showing 454 of 1305 young people who took part in Jobs Growth Wales now have no job.
Shadow Business Minister Nick Ramsay welcomes the fact that two thirds of those who complete apprenticeships but says questions should still be asked about what happens to the remaining third.
Rosie French tells our Business Correspondent Carole Green that she could only find temporary work waitressing until she joined the Jobs Growth Wales pilot scheme at a call centre in Carmarthen.
The 'Jobs Growth Wales' scheme should deliver permanent jobs for young people, the First Minister, Carwyn Jones AM, tells our Business Correspondent Carole Green.