One of the common themes among young people who can't seem to find gainful employment is the vacuum of meaningful feedback from potential employers; resumés from undesired applicants are simply discarded, and it is assumed that those applicants will "just figure it out," "it" being both the rejection of the application and the reason why. From the applicants' point of view, they are simply sending off resumés into the void, hoping that someone somewhere will provide them with more than a brush-off.
It is unreasonable to expect someone with no meaningful experience in the workforce to know why they weren't chosen for a job or what to do about it. It's also unreasonable to expect a perfect match for an entry-level position without letting those individuals who aren't qualified know what they need to work on.
In this concept, it is proposed that employers accept the duty of responding to every entry-level applicant who wants to work at their company without fail, explaining to rejected applicants what traits they need to develop in order to pursue employment with the company.