I agree that policies which make transparency impossible should be eliminate. However, even after all of that is said and done, you're going to be left with the same problem: the entire system provides many times over the amount people need with far less people than there are.
On the other hand, I believe that some policy is not to be argued with. I am not okay with eliminating child labor laws and the like. Large companies will monopolize completely if laws are not in place to prevent this. Then try starting a home business in the same industry and see how impossible it is to rise up in the world. Also, slavery and avoidable endangerment of workers are not cool either. However, forcing people to join a union if they want to work at a company or industry is utter bullshit as well. They should be allowed to choose.
Lastly, today I realized there's a huge problem with America regarding the topic of movement of workers to industries and positions where they are needed: we don't have enough information as workers to figure out which field to get into. First, as children we're told "you can be whatever you want to be in when you grow up!" then we're told "figure out what you really want to do with your life." Rarely is what we want to do in allignment with what's needed. We figure that out after a few years in the workforce after college. Then we go back. BUT IT'S NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE AVAGE PERSON TO FIGURE OUT WHICH INDUSTRIES, WHICH THEY ARE PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY SUITABLE FOR, NEED THEM.
For instance, I recently learned ffrom a friend that agricultural science does and will need 27% more people than they currently have. It's almost guaranteed that if you get a degree in that kind of science, you will have a job. No one is telling anyone who hasn't already started the degree that!
We need a large, transparent information source about every industry in the country and what the collective needs are in every type of position today. So far, nothing that large, which is the scale it has to be to work, exists. So people are poking around, slowly, in the dark trying to figure out where jobs are. Some of the largest needs we have nowdays are in positions to new to be known about. If you truly want to end joblessness, making a resource where people could easily find accurate information about all jobs at once would be the firat step.