Liam is 22 and is struggling to find work in one of the UK’s youth unemployment hotspots. When he managed to get a job with a marketing company, it was based on sales commission, knocking door-to-door. He was required to achieve 100 households signing up each week. When he didn’t reach the target, he lost the job. Since then, Liam says, “When I’m like this, I feel lost. I don’t know, I don’t know what to do with myself. I lost my job, and then I became homeless, and some nights I was walking around all night trying to find somewhere to stay. I hate being on the dole. I hate being on Jobseeker’s, because there’s people out there working their arse off, and we’re getting their money, and I don’t like it. I’d rather be going out and earning my own money. I just feel stuck. I just feel lost. Proper lost”