The same as every other country in the world, JOBS! Particularly unskilled and semi skilled jobs. Once those jobs are in place other jobs fall into place (eg: IT, wages clerks, admin positions, transport etc;) Once people are working they are not only saving costs by not drawing unemployment benefits, or paying their taxes, but there are residual benefits.
A (VERY) simple example: If more people are working, the need for sandwiches increases. A sandwich shop will sell more sandwiches, a drink and maybe a chocolate bar. To cope they will possibly need to hire more people. They need more bread to make the sandwiches, creating a bigger demand from the bakery, so the bakery may need to hire more staff. The bread needs to be transported, so that needs a driver, the transport company needs someone to look after their administration, and if they need more drivers they need people to administer wages and personnel etc;
So that's one tiny example, simplistic, but can you imagine that on a far larger scale! Get 2 million people working, off benefits, paying taxes, buying products paying bills.
So to go back to my first sentence JOBS are and have to be at the core of all policy makers decisions. It must be made a priority, and everything else should fall into place!