A job guarantee is where the government purchases unused (ie unemployed) and under-utilised labour from the private sector. How you'd go about implementing such a scheme in order to reduce supply constraints without creating even more inflationary pressure is something I'm still investigating. You'd probably have to find where demand for goods/services are going unmet at a local level and then the government would employ people to do that work. It gets pretty tricky though to manage though, particularly in areas where there are privateers already operating. I've read suggestions such as making public transport free as a strategy to reduce our need for fuel, the suggestion being that that would drive down prices, but it's not really a supply side solution. I can't help you with any more ideas at the moment. I know from where the problem stems, I just don't know how to solve it. I wouldn't have a problem with tax cuts to industry, there'd probably be short term inflationary pressure though until supply chains really get rolling.