The Government is determined to address this challenge and has set out its stall in the Action Plan for Jobs 2016, which seeks to generate the jobs that will deliver full employment. It outlines a series of actions to secure the gains already made and deliver the Government target to have 2.1 million people in employment by 2018, and to achieve the ambitious longer term goal of 2.18 million people at work by 2020 as set out in the Government's Enterprise 2025 strategy. However, experience from other recoveries tells us that job creation of itself is not sufficient to generate full employment. Even at the peak of our Celtic Tiger boom about 150,000 people were in receipt of jobseeker payments. A further 200,000 or so people in the prime of what should have been their working lives (25 – 60) were in receipt of other welfare payments, such as the one-parent family payment (OFP) and disability payments, and were, in effect, excluded from the labour market.