Over many years unemployment has been a major concern in society. Can you imagine a country where unemployment is non-existent? A place where there is no worry of being made redundant or a stress free-way of finding a job when out of work? Well, in 2030, this place could potentially exist. An employment centre is the answer to all our unemployment and economic worries. The employment centre is an adaptable structure that provides employment and experience for those who find themselves out of work. It is a place that offers education for employees and provides specific work to benefit the local area and community. The employment centre is made up of a network of work hubs. The work hubs are constructed from a number of modular components that are positioned together to make a secure structure. As the employment centre is adaptable, it needs to be assembled and disassembled with ease. The modular components have connection mechanisms that secure the modules together, without the need of being assembled permanently. This building technique was inspired by the children’s geometric construction product Polydron. Industrialising Polydron would create an eco-friendly construction method that would dramatically reduce or prevent construction waste. The employment centre will create numerous benefits for its local community as well as the country. It will manufacture products to reduce the need of importation which would boost the economy. It will offer education and support and also aim to make unemployment extinct.