Socio-economic businesses in Austria, such as the Perspektive Handel Caritas gGmbH, have shown their effectiveness in supporting unemployed people at re-entering the labour market. Many studies evaluate their outcome, but there is a gap in research when it comes to the view of transit workers. Therefore, the research question for this thesis is: How well-prepared do transit employees feel for employment in the first labour market by their work and qualification at the Perspektive Handel Caritas gGmbH? The transit employees are satisfied with their current work in the socioeconomic business and mostly feel well pre-pared for their future employment. Nevertheless, some obstacles remain after the transit employment in the socio-economic business, such as health-related issues. Some participants were approaching their retirement. In these cases, the participants did not feel well prepared as they knew that there was no future employment but only retirement.